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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
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Installs
10,000+
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File size
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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.)

User reviews of ics Databridge
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A Google User
5 days ago
Fails every time Whenever I click an .ICS attachment on an email I am told "Unfortunately, Icswrapper has stopped."
A Google User
6 days ago
I think you brought back the old bugs, sorry! Nexus 4 it just crashes on startup.
A Google User
6 days ago
One-click import 1) Click the .ics file in your mail. 2) Select a targeted calendar app. 3) Done! This app works as a bridge, it makes your calendar app look like born with the ability to dealing with .ics files.
A Google User
Oct 16, 2014
Exactly what kitkat needed. Works like a charm!
A Google User
Oct 15, 2014
Fixed a problem that shouldn't exist. Awesome fix. Thanks for making this app.