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For those on a non-Android phone, including those on an iPhone, iPad, or even Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform, you’ll need to complete a few additional steps before your shared calendars will start appearing in your native calendar app or on a third-party calendar program.

Here’s how to do it:

1. Enter Google account information

First, you’ll need to go into your phone’s setting menu and enter your Google account credentials so your phone can synchronize with Google’s cloud. You’ll have the option to synchronize emails, contacts, calendars, and notes.

On the iPhone, you’ll go into settings, then tap on Mail/Contacts/Calendars, and then hit Add Account.

Once you’ve gone through the account setup process, make sure that the Calendar option is ticked for proper Google synchronization. If you’re only synchronizing your personal calendars that you’ve created, you should be finished at this step.

2. Choose which calendars to sync

For those who want to synchronize shared calendars, you’ll want to visit the following website from either your desktop or phone browser:


After logging into your Google account, you’ll be presented with all your personal and shared calendars. Be sure to check off which calendars you’ll want to synchronize across all your devices.

By default, shared calendars aren’t automatically selected for synchronizing, so you’ll have to do this for each shared calendar you’ll want to view on your iPhone, iPad, Windows, Windows Phone, or OS X calendar client. Conversely, if you have a calendar that you do not want synchronized, you can deselect it as well.

Click save, and you’re done. All you’ll need to do at this point is wait for the calendars to synchronize in the background on your devices.

3. View your shared calendar in your calendar app

On the iPhone, you’ll want to open the default calendar app. On iOS 8, click the Calendars button at the bottom of the screen. This should pull up a menu listing all your personal and shared calendars across all the different accounts you have setup on your phone.

You’ll be given options to view your shared calendar. Check the calendars you’ll want to view. For a detailed view, you’ll want to make sure all your calendars are selected for viewing inside the app. If you want to just see your shared calendar, make sure every other calendar is unchecked except the shared calendar.

4. Repeat when a new calendar is shared

Unfortunately, shared calendars aren’t automatically marked for synchronizing across your devices. Whenever a new calendar is shared with you, you’ll have to repeat the aforementioned steps if you’re not on an Android device.

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How to sync shared Google calendars with an iPhone


Get to the bottom of any problems ailing your computer with CrystalDiskInfo, which shows you exactly what’s wrong in an easy to use interface.

Why you need it

If there’s something wrong with your computer, it’s not always obvious what the problem is. Even experienced PC users can be stumped by a faulty computer, which makes CrystalDiskInfo such a useful program.

Get it up and running and it displays the S.M.A.R.T. information of your PC – that stands for Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology, and it lets you see exactly what’s ailing your computer.

CrystalDiskInfo breaks this down and makes it easy to know exactly whether a drive is too hot or whether your computer is in general good health or is about to lay down and die. Even better, this useful little app can automatically send you alerts if a problem arises, meaning you can quickly address the problem before any serious damage is caused.

Key features

  • Works on: PC
  • Versions: Free
  • Diagnose problems: Find out exactly what is ailing your computer and solve the problem fast
  • Monitor PC health: CrystalDiskInfo can send you alerts when things go wrong, especially useful if you need to monitor several systems at once








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Download of the day: CrystalDiskInfo


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Windows: One of the nice things about Windows is that if you don’t like a particular detail, you can change it. CustomizerGod allows you to manage nearly everything—including icons, branding, the Start button and more—in one place.

The app includes many categories for things you can customize like the appearance and behavior of the Start button, the Charms bar, system tray icons and more. It can also backup your settings so you can revert your changes later. The installer does have some unwanted software selected to install by default, but simply check the appropriate boxes and read each step carefully and you should be good.

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CustomizerGod Changes Everything About Windows in One Easy Interface

Swinley Forest Dog Walk

I decided to combine several passions into one activity: dog walking, nature, #ingress, #gopro, and gadgets. And then compress into short timelapse as an experiment, and future amusement. Enjoy…

e601surfing portugal nazare andrew cotton wipeout Surfer Gets Gets Demolished By 60 Foot Wave


British surfer, Andrew Cotton (35), got absolutely wrecked by a 60-foot wave while surfing at Farol da Nazare, Nazare, Portugal.



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Surfer Gets Gets Absolutely Demolished By Lung-Shattering 60-Foot Wave In Portugal