Sync your Google Calendar with your PDA,use Goosync

Goosync is an amazing service which can be used to synchronize your Google Calendar with your PDA/mobile.

Goosync

GooSync seamlessly synchronizes almost any mobile device with your Google Calendar over the air so that you are always with your vital calendar.

In this post, i will briefly try to describe the service.

In order to sync your mobile calendar with your Google Calendar, you need to follow the below mentioned 3 easy steps:

GooSync-Howitworks

  1. Create your Google Calendar entries.
  2. Create your Goosync account.
  3. Initiate the sync using your mobile.
  4. Bingo!!! Thats it 🙂

Basic service of Goosync is free, however, You are only able to synchronize your primary Google Calendar and you are limited to a sync window of 7 days past and 30 days future of the current date. Upgrading to a premium accounts gives support for multiple calendars.

You can check out here if your mobile phone is supported by Goosync.

Go ahead and try out Goosync.

Do comment and share your experiences or if you know of any service better than Goosync.

Cheers,

Vaibhav

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8 Responses

  1. Yes good way for creating your calender but quite limited features in free version.

  2. […] Goosync is an amazing service which can be used to synchronize your Google Calendar with your PDA/mobile. Goosync. GooSync seamlessly synchronizes almost any mobile device with your Google Calendar over the air so that you are always … Read More […]

  3. Hi, for a native (no 3rd party middle server) sync from Windows Mobile devices to Google, try OggSync. OggSync also comes in an Outlook plugin flavor.

  4. Thanks Oogsync for this info. I shall definitely explore your service and write about it soon.
    Cheers
    Vaibhav

  5. Limited, but possible, and that makes all the difference…

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  7. Dear Goo sync Team
    Could you explain me how it works? I have provision for gprs in xda stella, O2. But asked O2 to bar internet and gprs facility. But i have LAN provision to browse at WIFI hotspots or at home. So will your software and services work at hotspots or will it need GPRS service?
    I tried all your steps and activated it. when tried to syn it says connection error.
    Many thanks for your clarification.

  8. very cool , but be careful it looks like it will cost you 19.99 to registar , but when you go to buy it it is $40.70 ,

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