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Google Play Store: Google Calendar & Wish List

THE Google Play Store keeps surprising with more news after the last update to version 3.9.16. After bringing organization and security, now it's time for a wishlist and Google Calendar app.

Wishlist

Google surrendered to the endless requests for a wishlist at your Android store, at least as shown by Play Store updates around the globe. To date, reports have appeared that the wish list is available for some devices in the US, Australia and Germany, so far there is no news about the feature in Brazil.

What is known so far is that the list is a reference to mark products that interest us, so that we can buy them in the near future, no way to send any. In addition to apps, books, music, magazines, movies, and TV will be available on your wishlist. – If Google offers this type of service, of course.

Image: Letsgodroid

At this time it is unknown what Google Play Store criteria for offering the feature, for example, my German site colleague has the wishlist on Nexus 7, but not on RAZR HD. If you speculate that I need the latest version of the store, 3.9.16, which is not to be doubted, but this is the version I own and the feature is not on my HTC Desire.

However, to make sure you already have a wishlist, check the version of your Play Store app at Play Store App> Menu> Settings> Your version should appear in the latest settings. If you don't have the latest version of the store, learn how to download it here. After that, access an app you don't have on your smartphone or tablet, and if there is a bookmark on the top right as shown in the image below, you can open your wishlist:

If you have received this update, let us know in the comments below!

Updated on 18.10.2012, s 11:30 am (GMT) – One of our community members hinted for the "wish list" feature with the Google Play Store update: "go to Menu> Apps> Google Play Store> Uninstall updates. Please wait a few minutes and the app will update itself, visit the Google Play Store and confirm updates. Special thanks to AndroidPIT member Cleiton Santos.

Google Calendar

An application previously only available for the Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus, now comes to smartphones running versions of Android 4.0.3 or higher, we are talking about Google Calendar. The app works as a manager of your event calendars for all your Google accounts that are synced on your Android phone., a well known feature of HTC users.

In addition to offering the ability to create, edit, delete events, and respond to invitations, the Google Calendar app offers extra services that help you manage your appointments:

  • Snooze-style notifications to remind you of appointments – that famous plus five minutes
  • Predefined messages to send quickly to participants of the same event, as I will be late, start the meeting without me. Messages are customizable
  • Possibility to enlarge the pages to check the agenda of the day
  • The option of using your city's time during travels to better schedule your time.

You can download the Google Calendar app right from the Play Store by clicking here.

Sources: Ausdroid and Official Android Blog

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