Google Calendar Sync Alternative

Google Calendar Sync Alternative

Google has announced that its Google Calendar Sync will no longer work as of August 1, 2014. No doubt, it’s frustrating to be forced to find another solution and change how you work. Fortunately, AkrutoSync makes it easy as it syncs Outlook calendar, contacts, tasks and notes with all your devices. It’s automatic, secure and cloudless.

Google Calendar Sync Alternative AkrutoSync is a secure alternative for Google Calendar Sync

Just install the software on your Windows PC and it works.

This change is an opportunity to switch to a more secure solution that keeps your personal information out of the cloud. You also won’t need to USB or any other cables because the software syncs over Wi-Fi or through an SSL-encrypted Internet connection.

Your personal and confidential information directly syncs Outlook with Windows Phone and Android devices and vice versa. No information is shared with Akruto or any cloud services.

Here are more AkrutoSync benefits:

  • Pay one time and that’s it. No recurring or upgrade fees.
  • Use with Windows Phone and Android devices. Although it unofficially works with iOS devices, we’re working to add official support for iOS.
  • Track all additions, changes and deletions with sync history feature.
  • Ensure you have all your information as nothing disappears or gets cut off. Yes, AkrutoSync transfers 96,000 characters of the complete Sonnets by William Shakespeare. Want proof? Watch How to Sync Windows Phone with Outlook video. (Go to 1:30 in the video.)
  • Set it and forget it.

We could go on all day about how it’ll help you, but we’d rather let the software do the talking.

Want to see how it works before you invest? You can try a full blown version of AkrutoSync free for seven days.

If you like it, you won’t have to download anything again. Just pay a one-time fee of $29.95 $24.95 (special price good through August 15, 2014) and we’ll send you the license information to enter into the software. And it’s all yours. You won’t ever shell out more money or worry about losing another service like Google Calendar Sync.

The license covers installing AkrutoSync on one Windows PC and using it with all the compatible handsets, smartphones and devices you could want.

We extended the $5 discount for another two weeks. But this is it. No more extensions. Go get AkrutoSync to give yourself time to try it. We think you’ll like it. Check out the reviews and customer testimonials.

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  • Steve N July 16, 2014 at 4:22 pm

    How do we transition from Google Calendar Sync to AkrutoSync with an Android phone?

  • Richard July 21, 2014 at 11:05 am

    I had the same question as Steve, but for Windows Phone. What’s the best way to make the transition?

    • Akruto Support July 22, 2014 at 2:37 pm

      To replace Google calendar with AkrutoSync, download AkrutoSync from http://www.akruto.com/get-akruto-sync/ and install on your PC. The program will guide you step by step through setting up sync with your first device. You can add all your other devices as described in the FAQ. Note that unlike Google Calendar, AkrutoSync will not keep your calendar on the web.

  • Tom Tipps August 26, 2014 at 1:12 pm

    I use Act! Premium Version 16.0.291.0, Hot Fix 5. I currently sync Google contacts and Google calendar with Act. I hate that Google calendar sends invites without my knowledge and want to use your program. I have an option to sync Act with Outlook which works perfectly. Would you agree that with your calendar I would first sync Act to Outlook, then Outlook with AkrutoSync?

    • Akruto Support October 17, 2014 at 1:30 pm

      Tom, as long as your calendar is in Outlook, you can use AkrutoSync. If you also want to sync your Outlook calendar with Act, this will not interfere with AkrutoSync.

  • Sandra October 20, 2014 at 5:57 pm

    Very good Google calendar sync alternative – a very neat little program. Thanks guys!

    Sandra

    • Akruto Support October 24, 2014 at 8:30 pm

      Thank you, Sandra. Many people were left looking for a program to continue to sync their calendar. We are glad to help.