Any.do has rolled out an update to its smart calendar app, Cal Google Calendar & Exchange for Android. The latest version of the app brings a remarkable feature that should delight the dedicated Cal app users.
Firstly, the update has introduced a new feature called ‘HeadsUp’. Under the Settings menu, you will now encounter this feature, which will pull the different strands of a meeting together; this actually involves before it begins, while it is in progress, and what happens after the meeting ends.
A tab pops up on your screen as your meeting approaches, when you hit on this, it introduces smart actions.
Before a meeting starts, the app can allow you to navigate your way to the venue through Google Maps, and also inform others if you are running late. Moreover, it enables you to beckon a taxi to drop you to the venue on time, or just view the other invitees.
At the time of meeting, the app will make it much easier to put your phone on silent mode, add different tasks that arise as a result of your discussions, capture a photo, and record audio/video. In addition, you will also be able to choose to send a summary email to the group.
Once you are done with the meeting, the app allows you to add/send tasks to other participants, schedule further meetings and even send a summary email if you have not done during the event.
In conclusion, this new so-called HeadsUp feature brings the existing phone features and the app’s functionalities to the forefront. It has been exclusively developed to get your tasks done easily without having to open and close multiple applications.
Android users can download the revamped version of Cal Google Calendar & Exchange app right from the link given below. The app works with devices that run on Android version 4.0 and above.
Cal Google Calendar & Exchange download link for Android (free)
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