During 2013 the behaviour of Google accounts using ActiveSync/Exchange has changed - some shared and additional calendars disappear.
The GDR2/Amber update for Windows Phone 8 adds support for CardDAV and CalDAV which should fix this issue. To verify it's working...
Go to Settings > Email+Accounts
Tap on your Google account to see its settings
There is no official Google Hangouts app and may never be due to Google's nearly non-existant support for Windows Phone.
There is an API for developer to use so it's possible, but as you've noticed, no real fully featured 3rd party apps for Hangouts exist (yet?).
There is also no way to use a web version of Hangouts in Internet Explorer on Windows Phone.
No. Its not possible, unless its totally wiping the phone and flashing onto it an android operating system.
Google Play is a marketplace specific to the the Android OS Ecosystem and its variants.
Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile (which is the OS on Lumia Phones) are not android based Operating Systems, so no android apps can run on this platform.
Google has blocked third party apps from connecting to their Voice service. And since Google does not build apps for Windows Phone there are no Google Voice apps currently in the store.
More info: http://www.windowscentral.com/new-policy-google-voice-means-end-metrotalk-windows-phone
Any email account will work with the WP8 email client, regardless of using IMAP, Exchange, POP3. Gmail accounts can use both IMAP and POP3, for the free email as well as for business accounts.
So no worries as I am in the same situation and all email accounts work on my HTC 8S.
GMail* works out of the box.
Google Calendar* works out of the box.
Google Contacts* work out of the box.
Google Drive/Docs you can access a limited mobile version via your browser. Some apps/methods provide various levels of support.
Google+ no official app and you can only use it via your browser.
Google Talk no official app, but there are some in the ...
Here is a list of sites that list Progressive Web Apps
Google Developers Showcase - This site lists all case studies or showcases of PWAs in Google developer website.
PWADirectory.AppSpot - Website based on GitHub repo which lists PWAs(The frequently updated one I have seen so far).
PWA.Rocks - Website based on GitHub repo which lists PWAs.
Outweb.io - A ...
I do not work for Google but I do not see Google launching the Chrome browser on Windows Phone anytime soon (or ever).
If you do want to request, request it on Google Chrome forums where Google has much better chance of seeing your request.
This is a bug with the calendar app on Windows 10 Mobile. Events created 6 months in advance will not show up. This problem isn't restricted to certain phones or Google calendars. There is an issue submitted in the Windows Feedback app for this problem, which you can vote on.
The feature you describe would be covered by "Google Sync" (their name for Exchange ActiveSync), which remains available to set up new Windows Phones with, until 31 July 2013 - it will also be available to set up new devices with after that date if you are a Google Apps for Business, Education, and Government customer.
I was able to resolve this issue and hence sharing here
Disable Calendar sync in AT&T920 WP8 GDR3 (i don't think GDR2 or GDR3 matters here) to verify that CALDAV is indeed the issue. When I did this the memory errors (8007000E) went away.
Steps I took:
1. I used Microsoft Outlook and Google Apps Sync to get a Local copy of my Google Calendar Data
I fixed the issue.
The issue was from the pictures associated with the contacts at Google so I removed all of the pictures then the sync worked perfect.
The pictures may be too large for Windows Phone to handle.
On my Lumia 920 running Windows Phone 8.1 Preview for Developers, the option to sync Gmail emails "as items arrive" is definitely available:
When I enabled that option (normally it's set to manual sync as I don't really use Gmail) and sent myself a couple of test emails, they showed up almost immediately in the notification centre as well as on the live ...
There is no official Google Hangouts app for Windows Phone.
You can use IM+ or Agent + ICQ apps. They are not official or fully functioned but still better than nothing.
See http://www.guidingtech.com/29720/gmail-maps-gtalk-windows-phone/ for review.
See reddit thread for discussion.
This is because in Google services, pdf files are opened as a preview within the website by their services and is not displayed by the browser. It appears as a pop-up in the websites. This is similar to a web app. Microsoft Edge mobile version cannot render that type of web pages it seems.
The best way is to download the pdf and view it Edge or in another ...
On Windows mobile 10 the default maps app is all you need.
It uses the downloaded offline maps and has turn by turn voice guidance without the need of internet connection and by using GPS detection just like the Here app.
Imagine the Nokia Here Drive+ part of the default preinstalled microsoft maps app. Now integrated as part of the OS itself to let you ...
Both Google Drive and OneDrive are storage solutions of different companies - Google and Microsoft. You can manually copy the files from one to another and stop using the former. If you have programming experience, you may even write your own Windows app.
Settings-> email & accounts ->add an account -> advance setup
enter you email address < email@example.com > and password
Select "Exchange ActiveSync"
Domain: xyz.com --- i.e. address after '@' in your email address.----
As I am new to Windows Phone I can only tell how I did the sync with my Nokia Lumia for the Google Calendars, but maybe it helps:
1. Add Google Account to Windows Phone Accounts
Therefore go to Settings --> E-Mail Accounts and other and add your Google Account
2. Make sure the calendar data will be synchronized
After setting up your Google Account in the ...
First, go to your Google account and see if contacts are still there. Next, check if your account has contacts sync turned on. To do that go to Settings/email+accounts/youraccount, slide down and check if your contacts sync is marked as on.
There is no way on WP to guarantee that an app is always running. And there's no way in WP to launch a program on startup. Therefore, is there no reliable way to do what you're doing. Certain apps can track your location if you start them up and make certain that they're always running (manually), but the app can be shut down at any time by the operating ...
Track My Life is an app that has features I believe you are asking for. It periodically takes your location and present this on a map with other statistics about how long you are at each location and how often.
I found a solution that worked for WP 8.1 at this site. Quote:
To get shared calendars visible from my Google account, I had to use Google's online Calendar sync management tool. Depending on your account and how it syncs (Exchange or CalDav), you need to visit one of these pages on your mobile device:
https://www.google.com/calendar/syncselect (if you're ...
I haven't found a way to accomplish this directly, however, I've found a partial workaround:
First, you log in to live.com calendar and subscribe to those calendars on Google which you want to show up on your phone (you can find information on how to do that exactly on the internet, for example here.
Then, you sync calendars from live.com with your phone ...