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Google will allow Microsoft to continue to develop support for the CalDAV email protocol for Windows Phone even as Google has announced it will shut off support for most developers in September.
Google has released a list of even more services and apps it will be shutting down in the next few months. That includes new signups for Google Sync, several features in Google Calendar and more.
The Windows 8 Mail app already comes with an option to connect a Google account, but did you know that you can enable Push like features if you add it as an Exchange account instead?
Google has added some new features to its Google Sync software for owners of Windows Phone-based devices, including being able to pick which Google Calendar to use on your smartphone.
Wireless syncing seems to be all the rage these days, and if you're using Google's Contacts and Calendars service but get tired of have to manually sync your info, this is the tool for you....