The marvelous folks from Mountain View never seem to take a break from working on tools to help make almost everyone’s life easier — even if some of these folks happen to be on the other side. Today, Google announced it was adding CardDAV to the list of open protocols it currently supports to access Gmail and Calendar from mobile apps and devices alike, noting that with the recent adaptation it’ll be easier for third-party clients — such as iOS — to access and sync with Google Contacts. Better yet, the company posted a full set of instructions on how users can do just that, which you will find at the source link below.
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Google adds CardDAV support to contacts for easier syncing with iOS and other third-party devices originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 28 Sep 2012 01:50:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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