Google Calendar will soon no longer be supported on millions of older Androids

by alex

2.6% of Android users still have 7.0 Nougat or 7.1 Nougat installed

Google is preparing to soon reduce support for its proprietary Google Calendar calendar on devices with the Android operating system. Enthusiasts have discovered that the application will soon lose support for the Android Nougat operating system and earlier versions.

A recent update to Google Calendar received a new flag called UnsupportedOperatingSystem__enabled. If you enable it, a pop-up message appears prompting you to upgrade to Android Oreo (8.0) or later to keep the app working, provided you're using an older version of Android.

Google Calendar вскоре перестанет поддерживаться на миллионах старых Android

At the same time, Android 7 Nougat became available in 2016 along with the original Google Pixel smartphone. Currently, only 2.6% of Android users use phones running 7.0 Nougat or 7.1 Nougat, while Android 13 is the leading Android version with 22.4% of all devices installed. Overall, there are still millions of devices running Android Nougat.

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