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Google is usually pretty good at acting on user feedback, and today they’re doing so with the return of month view to the Google Calendar app for smartphones.

The view “provides a high level view of all scheduled events for a full month, allowing people to then tap on a specific day for a closer look,” according to Google’s blog post

We launched the new Google Calendar app for Android last year, helping to save you time and make the most of every day. In February, we launched an updated version containing several additional features based on user feedback, and today we’re doing the same.

Month view has been added (back) to the latest version of the Google Calendar app for phones, coming to Google Play over the next few days.

But more than the return of month view, the update also packs some other notable additions.  You can now “see even more events at a glance with Month view on phones,” “see the color of events when jumping to a date,” and “easily switch views now that they are listed in the navigation drawer.”

The update should be hitting Google Play over the coming days. For now, you can head over and download Google Calendar for free.

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