How to Setup EVSC Google Email, Calendar, & Contacts on Apple iOS Devices

NOTE: Directions are the same whether you set it up for iPhone or iPad.

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  1. Open the Settings application on the iPhone / iPad home screen.
1). Open the iOS Settings application.

2. Scroll down the menu options on the left side and select Mail.  (This will also configure the setup for Calendar and Contacts)

3. Select Accounts.

2). Scroll down the menu options on the left side and select Mail. 3). Select Accounts.

4. Select Add Account.

4). Select Add Account.

5. Select Google.

5). Select Google.

6. Type in your full email address. Example: [email protected].

Select Next.

6). Type your email address. Select Next.

7. Type in your email password.

Select Next.

7). Type your password. Select Next.

8. Select the apps you would like Google to send information.

Click Save when done.

8). Select the apps you would like Google to send information. Select Save.

9. Click the Home button to return to your home screen.

9). Press the home button to return to your home screen. 10). Select the Mail icon.

10. Select the Mail icon to view your email.

That’s it! Now you’re able to view your Google email, calendar, and contacts using the Apple Mail, Calendar, and Contact apps.

That’s it! You can now access Google Apps from your iPhone and/or iPad. If you have Push enabled on the phone, synchronization starts automatically. You can also just open the Mail, Calendar or Contacts app and wait a few seconds to start the sync.

If you have any questions about this setup, please leave a comment below.

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Jerrad Gleim has been a teacher in the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation since 1998 and has served a majority of his years in middle schools teaching math and Pre-Algebra. Since 2008, he has worked as a member of the EVSC Innovation, Curriculum, and Technology Specialists (ICATS) team where he is the webmaster of the ICATS website and worked with teachers to integrate programs such as the Adobe Creative Cloud, Google Apps, YouTube, and Apple iPads.

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