Comparison between the top 3 Android Calendars: What’s your choice?

Many people do opt for a mobile calendar for their daily use. Most of our users organize schedules, so what calendar you have been using? We have taken Google Calendar, Samsung Calendar, and Outlook are three of the most popular calendar apps out there with unique features and customization capabilities for comparison. Which one is the ideal you can sense here? 

We will discuss the feature and working of the Calendar. How does the Samsung Calendar app compare to Android’s big hitters, Google Calendar and Outlook? We put the three apps to the test.

1. Interface

Including redesigned navigation bars and action buttons, Google Calendar has a sleek interface. It all matched Android 12’s Materials you designed. It uses a timeline format with each day split into blocks. You can set color-coded events with your calendar. It uses a timeline format with each day split into blocks. Further, you can see all your events and organize them in a day, three-day, week, month, or schedule view.

Samsung Calendar is a perfect choice for you, I say because it is easy to use via the calendar app. The calendar includes a default monthly view, and lets you quickly add events and assign event colors from four available choices—very muted, muted, bright, or very bright—as well as add themed stickers for birthdays, anniversaries, and other important events in your life.

Outlook is an easy-to-use calendar app that can be accessed from multiple devices and includes powerful tools like task management and collaboration, so you can stay organized.

When it comes to the flexible view option (motive, daily, three-day, and monthly view). I can also work with popular calendar services and integrate smoothly with these apps for email reminders, scheduling meetings, and more that is needed.

2. Customization

Google Calendar app: That obvious that you were founding for an instinctual way to catalog your schedule. Advanced design makes it easy to stay on top of everything that comes your way. You get plenty of customization options for tracking your events, including different colors to help keep everything organized.

It is doing good with Google apps like Gmail. Try creating new calendars to organize your day, and add additional custom calendars to keep tabs on things like holiday lists or your favorite sports teams. You can also auto-accept invitations that don’t conflict with existing events.

Samsung Calendar app: While talking Samsung Calendar helps you to manage your schedule properly and easily. It is held with 3 levels of priority for alerts, and a better understanding of what’s coming up on your calendar app. Also, avail highlight short events also view the weather forecast so, that you can manage your schedule accordingly. It also customizes you can choose from a selection of lunar calendars.

Outlook: It is for business purposes can say, because it is handy users can sync calendars and applications and also make changes to that. Calendar customization in Outlook is surprisingly tough. You can show or hide busy hours, change scheduling colors and fonts, apply different types of calendars, and much more.

Comparison between top 3 Calendar Apps
Comparison between top 3 Calendar Apps

3. Integration With Third-Party Services

GCal can be integrated with popular Google Workspace applications such as Gmail and Google Drive as well as other calendars including Outlook and Apple Calendar. Google Calendar and Microsoft Outlook are the best options for anyone who wants to integrate their calendars with other apps or services.
Not only that, you can link Google Calendar to third-party apps, so you can sync your to-do lists and personal calendars.

Outlook provides entertains third-party integrations for personal and business use, including calendar and project management apps. For example, you can sync Outlook with Google Calendar, which allows you to add events from your computer or smartphone into your shared calendar in real time.

Samsung Calendar is a super convenient tool to keep your schedule organized and up to date, it isn’t great at keeping up with third-party apps, other than native Samsung apps such as the Weather widget, and calendar apps such as Outlook and Google Calendar.

4. Scheduling Events, Tasks, and Reminders

All three calendar apps are used to create events, tasks, and reminders. While I made a comparison.

Google Calendar app: It is easy to Create and schedule goals, tasks, and events. Choose the date and time of your choice and location. Reminder feature to set a custom alert for meetings and use Google Meet as a video-conferencing tool.

Samsung Calendar app: You can easily add dates, repeat options, reminders, and more as you like. There is nothing much in the Samsung Calendar app that talks about creating and scheduling goals, tasks, and events.

Outlook’s calendar app: Outlook’s calendar menu is simple yet powerful, letting you easily create new events and tasks, and organize your schedule across multiple calendars.  Microsoft power user, Outlook is probably your best choice. You can set meetings via Skype, add locations, re-schedule existing meetings, and send reminders to participants.

5. Sharing and Collaboration

Partake calendars is a great way to keep track of events, appointments, and tasks with your team or anyone else. When it comes to sharing calendars, Outlook and Google Calendar are the best options for collaboration purposes.

You can share a Google calendar via a public shareable link on the Google Calendar website. Here’s how to do this:

1. Go to the left menu select My calendars and choose your calendar.
2. Select the three-dot menu and choose Settings and sharing.
3. Next, scroll down to select Access permissions for events.
4. Tick the box adjacent to Make it available to the public.
5. To get a public shareable link, click on Get shareable link.
6. You can now copy and share the link with your friends or teams, or anyone else.

Google Calendar provides many sharing options so that only the people you want can view or edit your events. The different modes allow you to set permissions such as view busy or hidden status, edit events, or full edit and sharing access.

Wrapping up…

So, there was a comparison between the three best of the two worlds. Microsoft’s Outlook calendar might be better suited for business users rather than casual users. Samsung’s calendar is not doing that much as falls between two extreme featured apps. You can dump it in the comment box if find anything that deserves much attention. And also stay tuned to @Samnews24 for more updates and news.

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