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Switching from an older Android smartphone to a new model is relatively easy. If your contacts, calendar entries and so on are stored with Google anyway, it is basically sufficient to log on to the new device with your Google account. Some manufacturers, such as Samsung, Huawei or LG, also offer their own tools to transfer data from one device to another. The option is usually shown to you directly when you set up your new Android device.

In the meantime, moving your own data from an iPhone to an Android device has become quite easy. Basically, all you have to do is install the Google Drive app on the iPhone. Then you open the app and select the Backup option in the settings menu. There you can specify which data you want to save in the Google cloud. You can choose from contacts, calendars, photos, and videos. Once you have decided which data you want to take with you, you only have to start the backup. You can then log in with your Google account on your new Android device, which will then download your iPhone data stored in the cloud. If you are creating a Google account for the first time, you should definitely activate the two-factor authentication offered by Google for security reasons. You can find out how this is done with Google and some other online providers in this article.

If you don’t like the standard calendar, you will find ten really good alternatives. To make it easier for you to find a suitable email client, we have selected six of the best email apps for Android. Podcast fans should take a look at our article ” From chic to powerful: 5 great podcast apps for Android “. If you are looking for an RSS feed reader instead, you should find it in this article. We’ve also picked out the best Android developer apps for you. But there are also practical apps for more specialized tasks: So we have in this article, for example, gather the best applications that can help you in your career. If your new smartphone is to help you with your New Year’s resolutions, then take a look at this article. And if you are looking for more app suggestions, Google could help: The search giant has recently selected the best Android apps of 2019. If the supplied headphones are too popular for you, then a look at our test of the best Bluetooth headphones with active noise reduction is also worthwhile.

Google Calendar

If you have an Android smartphone or tablet, you also use a Google account in many cases. Therefore, we cannot avoid including the official calendar app from Google in this overview. Naturally, the integration into Google services is excellently solved. The interface is appealing and there is a scrollable widget to display your appointments on the home screen.



If you are looking for a comprehensive calendar app with many functions and practical widgets, you should also have a look at Business Calendar 2. The successor to the popular business calendar offers, among other things, a weather forecast and the option to move appointments using drag & drop.



Cloudcal combines a calendar and a to-do list. The highlight of the program is the color coding: With the help of different colored rings, you should see at a glance how well planned your day is. At the same time, in addition to the Google calendar and Outlook Exchange, the app also supports the direct integration of Facebook, Evernote, Meetup, and Eventbrite. Together with the various customization options, Cloudcal thus offers an interesting alternative to the calendar competition.


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