In an update that will be rolling out over the next few days, Google will bring back the month view back to the Google Calendar app. Back in February Google made a bunch of changes and improvements to Google Calendar, and they have received a lot of feedback. It appears as though people are interested in being able to look at the month on a calendar, and see how many appointments are on each day.
In addition, Google will be adding some other features that have been requested:
- See even more events at a glance with Month view on phones.
- See the color of events when jumping to a date.
- Easily switch views now that they are listed in the navigation drawer.
The update should be available in Google Play shortly. If you are not currently using Google Calendar, and would like to give it a shot, you can download it here.
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