Samsung Calendar update adds Google Meet integration, improves search
Samsung’s Calendar app is getting a new update with additional customization options, functionality improvements, and minor UI changes. Calendar version 12.2.04.8000 is now available for download from the Galaxy Store, but it doesn’t seem to be available everywhere. It appears to be rolling out in certain regions first, with Europe seemingly having priority.
The new Calendar version adds a Join button for events such as Google Meet video calls, and it moves the Search button from the contextual menu to the main screen right between the existing S Pen and current date buttons. The changelog also mentions some improvements to calendar management and support for more colors in My Calendar. Users can now choose from a dozen color options instead of just six.
Galaxy smartphone and tablet users can grab the latest version of Calendar from the Galaxy Store by accessing the “Updates” section in the side menu. Alternatively, they can access the Calendar settings screen and update the app from the “About Calendar” section.
If you can’t find the latest version (12.2.04.8000), it means that the update has yet to reach your location. The rollout is seemingly staggered, but sit tight and the update should reach your device sooner rather than later.Join the Discussion