ics Databridge

ics Databridge


Transfers invitations from ICS files and similar formats in the Google Calendar.
ICS files are used for example for invitations with Lotus Notes.

Procedure:
+ If necessary, please forward the invitation to an e-mail address.
+ The open invitation email and click on the ICS attachment.
+ The fields found to be transmitted in the form of the Google calendar.

! Info!
The application is not listed in the application launcher.
Interaction with the application only via corresponding attachments.
You can remove the application as usual from the application manager.

Support:
In case of errors such as crashes or something similar, please send us an e-mail with a calendar file (*. ics, *.ifb, *.iCal, *.iFBf, ...).
In our view, is the only reason for a crash, a calendar-file, the file does not meet the specifications. We will try to fix the problem with the next version.


Known Issues:
Crashs:
* Full Day Appointments (I think it's by the Missing DTSTART-row or DTEND-row in the Calendar File)
Time / Timezone:
* Only the Date/Time Code from the DTSTART-/DTEND row
Other:
* The Sign's '' should not be used. The Reason is, that some Calendar use HTML. This App looks for HTML-Tags and try to remove it.
* At this time only the Fields Start-Time, End-Time, Description, Location and Summary are transfered to the Calendar-form.


Privacy Policy:
We respect your privacy.
Therefore the application is designed to manage without permission.

Recent changes:
BugFix:
Works now with 4.2.2.

Hope I doesn't import old fixed bugs.

known issues:
* multiple appointments in one file won't imported
(hope that I can fix it soon)
* timezone not correctly imported
(I have no Idea at this time, how I should fix it.
Something what's working with one ics file,
doesnt work with another.)
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4.2
User ratings
526
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
25 kb
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About ics Databridge
Transfers invitations from ICS files and similar formats in the Google Calendar.
ICS files are used for example for invitations with Lotus Notes.

Procedure:
+ If necessary, please forward the invitation to an e-mail address.
+ The open invitation email and click on the ICS attachment.
+ The fields found to be transmitted in the form of the Google calendar.

! Info!
The application is not listed in the application launcher.
Interaction with the application only via corresponding attachments.
You can remove the application as usual from the application manager.

Support:
In case of errors such as crashes or something similar, please send us an e-mail with a calendar file (*. ics, *.ifb, *.iCal, *.iFBf, ...).
In our view, is the only reason for a crash, a calendar-file, the file does not meet the specifications. We will try to fix the problem with the next version.


Known Issues:
Crashs:
* Full Day Appointments (I think it's by the Missing DTSTART-row or DTEND-row in the Calendar File)
Time / Timezone:
* Only the Date/Time Code from the DTSTART-/DTEND row
Other:
* The Sign's '' should not be used. The Reason is, that some Calendar use HTML. This App looks for HTML-Tags and try to remove it.
* At this time only the Fields Start-Time, End-Time, Description, Location and Summary are transfered to the Calendar-form.


Privacy Policy:
We respect your privacy.
Therefore the application is designed to manage without permission.

Recent changes:
BugFix:
Works now with 4.2.2.

Hope I doesn't import old fixed bugs.

known issues:
* multiple appointments in one file won't imported
(hope that I can fix it soon)
* timezone not correctly imported
(I have no Idea at this time, how I should fix it.
Something what's working with one ics file,
doesnt work with another.)

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A Google User
6 days ago
Great apart from timezone problem It assumes GMT. I just need to remember to correct the time, every time. Also adds spaces and backslashes to the text.
A Google User
Aug 8, 2014
Crashed Would not open an ICS on Nexus 4. Another similar app has without problem
A Google User
Aug 8, 2014
Works well! Worth downloading.
A Google User
Jul 17, 2014
Perfect. Solves the .ICS issue.
A Google User
Jul 12, 2014
This rocks I tried a couple of other apps and work arounds and none worked and they all needed to have permissions to my contacts etc. This app works without needing any permissions. Use this app if you just want ICS files to work like on your desk.