Google late last year released its brand new Google Schedule app for Android with a smarter, much more automated version of the platform, with an assurance that the app would certainly at some point hit Apple’s iOS-enabled devices.

Many thanks to a couple of leaked screenshots sent in to The Following Web, it appears the overhauled Google Calendar application is prepared for an imminent launch on iPhone and iPad. The pictures reveal off an application that looks very much like the Android version, with Calendar pulling images and map details right right into the application.

When the application debuts, it will certainly be the initial time a specialized Google Calendar app launches on iOS.

There’s no verification yet regarding whether the iOS version will certainly include each one of the attributes from its Android counterpart, like Arrange View or Assists, yet, as The Next Internet explain, with the images leaking it shouldn’t be long till the application introduces to learn.

Google has a number of frequently updated apps on Apple’s mobile platform, including follower favorite Google Maps and Google Translate, which was merely updated with instantaneous camera-based translation software Word Lens.

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