Just last week Google released a Java application that allows handhelds and smartphones to access the email in its Gmail service. Now, a company has introduced a family of applications that can synchronize GoogleCalendar with a mobile device.
GoogleCalendar is a free online service that allows users to enter their schedules and then share them with their family and friends. It can also send reminders of events by email or text messages.
Toffa’s new GooSync is still in beta, but it can handle the task of synchronizing the calendars on a wide variety of mobile devices with the ones on Google’s servers. The synchronization process is handled by the device, so it needs to have some form of connection to the Internet.
There are versions for both the Palm OS and Windows Mobile, as well as for many other smartphones. A complete list can be found on Toffa’s web site.
GooSync is currently free. It is not yet known if Toffa intends to charge for this service once it comes out of beta.
More information on GoogleCalendar can be found on Google’s web site.
Thanks to Engadget for the tip.