Google and Apple are fighting it out neck to neck to bring features to both the mobile and desktop. Android and Google Chrome have a lot to give and take in terms of usage and productivity. And many of our appointments and plans always clash. Keeping an eye on out calendar is a habit we need to keep, and if you have an Android phone, we can get more than just notifications from our personal calendar.
We list out 7 of the best Google Chrome extensions for your Calendar.
Calendar by Google
Of course, a Google app has to be first in this list. You may sync all your contacts and emails from Chrome, but about your appointments? Heading to the Google home page and then opening the Calendar is so not the way to do things. Install the official Calendar extension on your browser, and all your appointments are available in just seconds.
With the Checker Plus extension for Google Chrome, you get the same functionalities as the Google's official extension. But it varies a lot in performance. It loads all your events and every other feature offered in the extension faster.
So you have many pages you follow on Facebook and they often have events you really want to be a part of. Adding the event manually to your Google Calendar is boring, so we give you Add Facebook Events. This nifty extension keeps a button available for users to instantly add to your Google Calendar.
Color of the day
If you're a person who has a lot on your calendar and mail but hates to browse to every single event to see which day it falls on then G-Calize is the extension for you. You can set different color codes to every day of the week to recognize which day of the week the event is scheduled for.
So even if you use Google's Calendar app from the browser, there are some who hate the additional buttons on the side that cannot be hidden. With Collapsible Nav, you can hide the sidebars and the month view instantly, and when you need to use it you can just collapse the arrows to bring it back into view.
So you want to track the amount of time you take to complete a task. But you need exact estimations rather than guess it yourself. Toggl is a time tracking app, but it also works with Google Calendar. any task that you open will have the 'Start Timer' feature added for you to manually track your time. Go ahead and try it.
Google Calendar is not just for the professional or social life. It can also help you track the events that are in store for many of your favorite teams or the next LIVE concerts of your favorite band. With UpTo, you can access a social feed of all the events lined up for your teams about their next matches. If you watch a lot of TV shows that you can't keep track of when the next episode airs, then you'll be able to add those to your interests and get all the alerts.