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Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by sixfiveoh, Jul 29, 2008.
Is there any way to make the calendar on the iPhone sync with your google calendar?
Up until now I just used Google mobile interface to access the calendar.
But you now have a couple of ways of doing this via iCal:
The old way by syncing a calendar subscription between iCal and Google Calendat
The new way using Google's new CALDAV url to directly link an iCal calendar to Google.
Do a search on Google for detailed instructions.
You then sync your iPhone in the normal way to get the updated calendar entries
But was he after an over-the-air solution? Thats what I need
I use www.nuevasync.com for OTA syncing. It can push, but my calendar isn't updated enough to warrent the depeleted battery, so I have it set to manual.
I saw the method with iCal, however, I have windows
Any options for me?
You can always get a Mac!!! J/K..... well not really ...
Oh, I see - An over the air solution would be good for me too I guess!
I'll take a look at nuevasync as well, thanks.
If you have a PC and MS Outlook:
Make your iPhone calendar sync to Outlook.
Get the Google Calendar Outlook syncer - http://www.google.com/support/calendar/bin/answer.py?answer=89955
(Unless you want to make it sync over-the-air, I'm still trying to figure out a solution for that)
Nuevasync.com is currently not accepting new members until they fix something in their code...
As of 13:16 MDT 14:16 CDT 19:16 UTC, Nuevesync has restore user sign up per the service status announcement on their page.
NemusSync is coming out soon? There is a 1.1.1-1.1.4 version of it.
Are you sure? The signup page is right here: https://www.nuevasync.com/PublicSite/self-signup.htm
At any rate, I give it my vote as a former NemusSync user before upgrading to 2.0. I like that it does Gcal + Contacts
They are back up, apparently they were only out for a few hours today.
Well, I managed to register and although it took a few hours to kick off, it now sync's both my contacts and calendar - Brilliant
Got mine working too, very nice. But I wonder what this company's business model is? I'm reluctant to start relying on their service when they could shut down at any moment. Nothing on thie website indicates how they make money...
Right now they are in beta. There was a post on MR from the developer(s) that said they will eventually start charging for the service. Although how much it will be, they didn't say.
I think they're giving it for free until everything is working smoothly and they implement push mail too.
Here's the post where the owner says that they will "explore other business models."