Google launches Calendar in Arabic

Calendaring application is latest addition to Google's Arabized portfolio

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By  Mark Sutton Published  November 5, 2008

Google has unveiled details of one of its new Arabic language solutions, with the launch of Google Calendar in Arabic.

Calendar is intended as a simple tool to manage appointments and schedules. It can be integrated with gmail, which can be used to send invites to events to other users, and also allows users to share their calendars with others for meetings and so on.

The application can also be integrated with other calendar solutions, to easily share data with other systems.

Husni Khuffash, UAE country manager, Google said: "Calendar is a great tool for organizing your life. It's another of our efforts to provide users with fast, easy-to-use applications that help to simplify your life. We're really happy to be launching this tool in Arabic.”

At this year’s Gitex show, Google said that it was working on a number of Arabic language tools, to add to its existing portfolio of fifteen Arabized products.

Google Calendar is available here.

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