How to sync multiple Google Calendars with iPhone or iPad

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You have multiple Google Calendars that you want to sync with your iPhone or your iPad? Actually the process is pretty simple. The same procedure works both for the iPhone as well as the iPad. You just need to follow the step-by-step guide and sync multiple Google Calendars with iPhone or iPad.

Step 1: Go to Settings on your device.


Step 2: Scroll down to Mails, Contacts, Calendars.


Step 3: If you already have your Gmail Account added, then tap on Gmail.


E3E3Step 4: Toggle the Calendars to green.


Step 5: If you don’t have the Gmail Account added, select ‘Add Account’.


Step 6: Select Google.


Step 7: Add in our Name, Email, Password and Description (if any), and click Next.


Step 8: Once the account is verified, select the items you want to sync with your device. Make sure you have Calendars toggled to green.


Step 9: Now go to

Step 10: Sign in with the same Google account that you had entered on your iPhone or iPad.

Step 11: You can see all the calendars that are available to sync with your mobile devices.


Step 12: Select and tick against the boxes you want to get synced.


Step 13: Click Save.


Step 14: Open the native Calendar App on your iPhone or your iPad and you can see that all the calendars have been synced to the device.


Any changes that you make, or any upcoming event that’s there on Gmail will get reflected automatically on your mobile device. Now, when you have a whole new calendar, make sure you select them to be synced on You can edit your calendar and get reminders directly on your device, without logging in to your mailbox.

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