Perfect - Does exactly what I wanted! Brilliant little app that lets me take meeting requests that I send through Microsoft Outlook and put these into my Google calendar. Only thing to improve on for me would to improve way the app handles day light saving. It currently puts appointments in 1 ahead which have to be manually altered at the moment
Basic Functionality Added I have started using Google Calenders more and more for work. With a long commute I often deal with emails and calender scheduling on the train. This has solved what shouldn't have been an issue with Android Gmail in the first place. This works beautifully with ICS attachments in Gmail and adds the event via the New Event interface allowing for any changes. Thank you this has greatly increased my productivity. :)
Simple... Awesome Still haven't figured out why Google hasn't integrated .ICS invitations into the Android platform. I've chalked it up to legal issues. This is exactly what I needed and would have paid for it. No special permissions... Just click the invite in gmail and it opens in calendar to save. Thank you!!!
This rocks I tried a couple of other apps and work arounds and none worked and they all needed to have permissions to my contacts etc. This app works without needing any permissions. Use this app if you just want ICS files to work like on your desk.
Works It works by opening the calendar app when you click on the ics file in your downloads. The event will be populated. Only problem is with timezones so check the time.
Next best thing to native support Beats all the other iCal importers with ugly UIs. This directly goes to the form to create a new event in Calendar. Now if only it would get the time zones right...
Works now with 4.2.2.
Hope I doesn't import old fixed bugs.
* multiple appointments in one file won't imported
(hope that I can fix it soon)
* timezone not correctly imported
(I have no Idea at this time, how I should fix it.
Something what's working with one ics file,
doesnt work with another.)
Synchronize your events using CalDAV, FTP, HTTP, WebDAV, ics files, WebCal-feeds