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USAToday.com recommends CompanionLink as the replacement for Google Calendar to Outlook Calendar integration

Googlepocalypse on August 1 was a major setback for many. USAToday.com tech columnist Rob Pegoraro recommended CompanionLink as the go-to replacement for the sunset Google Calendar Sync utility.

I’d look at the $50 CompanionLink (its developers have been doing Google sync tools since the days of Palm handhelds, and other software from the company can sync directly from Outlook to Android)…

CompanionLink is the most affordable 3rd-party solution when you take into account installation on multiple PCs (up to 3), free updates, and free technical support by phone and email.

Here are the top 11 reasons people have turned to CompanionLink since 2006 for Google Calendar sync:

  1. Sync contacts, calendar, tasks, and categories with one app
  2. Supports Office 365, Outlook 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, 2000
  3. Free US-based technical support by phone and email
  4. Map Outlook Categories to multiple Google Calendars
  5. Works with Outlook folders or subfolders
  6. Supports Exchange setups with Public Folders
  7. Works with any free Gmail or Google account and Google Apps accounts
  8. Automatic sync
  9. One license allows installation on 3 PCs
  10. 90-day money-back guarantee
  11. Supporting Google Calendar sync since 2006

CompanionLink is available as an unlimited trial for 2 weeks. Purchase options include a one-time license for $39.95 after discount. Enter ALTGCS in the Affinity Code field to get the $10 discount.

USAToday.com recommends CompanionLink as the replacement for Google Calendar to Outlook Calendar integration was last updated August 26th, 2014 by Rushang
USAToday.com recommends CompanionLink as the replacement for Google Calendar to Outlook Calendar integration was last modified: August 26th, 2014 by Rushang