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CalenMob Pro app review: a powerful native Google Calendar app-2020



If you’re a frequent user of Google Calendar and are looking for a more functional way of accessing your account remotely then you’d be wise to consider this calendar app for iPhone, which acts as a powerful native “GCal” client across all of your devices.

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The Calenmob app is an intuitive smart calendar that works with all your calendars. This google calendar app for iphone inherits the simple and clean look of calendars, but makes it more accessible, powerful and reliable on your iPhone and iPad.

I’ve spent a lot of time using Google Docs, Google Sheets, and of course Google Mail over the past couple of years but this google calendar app has only recently drawn my attention to Google Calendar, which is actually one heck of a useful tool.

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Enjoy Evernote-esque Offline Caching

The developer of this app has done a great job of incorporating the functionality of Google Calendar into this kind of interface, and I love the way they’ve taken an offline caching approach in a similar vein to Evernote.

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This means that you can continue to make entries, set up reminders, and so on without an Internet connection, and all of your changes are automatically synced with your Google account the next time you go online.

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Receive Push, Email, and SMS Reminders

CalenMob Pro - Google Calendar Client allows you to set up multiple reminders that you can receive via Push notification, email, or text message. I love the idea of email and SMS reminders, and I’d really like to see other developers incorporating this sort of feature into similar developments.

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Setting up events is also child’s play, and you can send out YES/NO/MAYBE invitations to all of your contacts with the tap of a button. Additionally, all events and reminders can be set as recurring entries to save you from having to reenter them in the future.

This google calendar app syncs directly with all your calendars and also works with iOS local calendar to support events on iCloud, Exchange and other calendars. Also the calendar app for iphone has features like nature language input, drag and drop, gestures and other smart methods to predict your intention and help you create and edit your events more easily.

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Pros and Cons


  • View your agenda across eight different timeframes ranging from daily to yearly
  • Any entries or edits you make will be automatically synchronized with your Google account
  • Similarly to Evernote, this app will cache your entries made offline so that they can be synched the next time you connect to the Internet
  • Set up multiple reminders via Push notification, email, and text message
  • Send YES/NO/MAYBE event invitations to people on your contacts list
  • Set up recurring events and reminders to save time in future
  • Features a common sense gesture-based control system for intuitive functionality
  • Enjoy full synchronization between all of your iOS devices


  • This is a fantastic app although I think the price is a little steep: I would rather see it dropped by a few dollars or so, but if the demand is there and people are happy to pay $6.99 then I suppose the developer should just keep on doing what they’re doing!

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Final Words

CalenMob Pro - Google Calendar Client is great stuff for sure, and I would very strongly recommend it to any of you who are looking for a mobile “GCal” solution that delivers the goods. As I mentioned, the price could be a bit lower; however, the functionality is definitely there so I’d still say that $6.99 is more or less justified.

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Mark is an opinionated writer who loves to review apps. In 2012, he started reviewing Apple apps on a regular basis and wonders how he survived up to that point without these apps.