Google Calendar Sync upgrades Outlook 2010 support

Google Calendar sync started supporting the 32-bit version of Outlook 2010 back in August. Outlook sync has continued to be a top feature request, which is why Google has continued to improve upon it and can now announce that Calendar Sync now supports the 64-bit version too.

To start syncing your calendar with the 64-bit version of Outlook 2010, download Google Calendar Sync version When the Settings window appears, enter your email address and password, choose your sync option and frequency, and you’ll be all set. Note that if you’re already using Google Calendar Sync, you’ll need to download and install this new version in order to be able to sync with 64-bit Outlook (we’re in the process of auto-updating everyone but reinstalling will ensure it works for you). For more info, take a look at the getting started guide.

Google Docs app for Android

You can now find and edit your documents via a native Google Docs app for Android. Its features include:

– A widget that makes it easy to create new docs and access starred items
– The ability to open documents directly from Gmail
– OCR to create documents from photos
– Document sharing with contacts on your phone

Get more creative with Web Fonts in Google Sites

You can now customize your Sites with over 100 new fonts. Google has also added the ability to change font sizes and selectively apply styling to one page or an entire site.

How to access what’s new:
To change font styling for the Site, click the ‘Manage site’ option in the ‘More actions’ drop down and select ‘Color and Fonts’ in the left-hand navigation bar.