Most of us already have a stock calendar app in our Android smartphones that helps us schedule our days. However, it would somehow be a disaster if you accidently set a personal meeting or appointment on Holidays.

Well, in case your handset has a holiday calendar that is within the personal schedule, you would avoid making this kind of mistakes. You can easily plan your meetings and days ahead by viewing the holidays in the calendar.

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Here is how to subscribe a holiday calendar into the Google’s Calendar.

Subscribe the calendar to Google Calendar

Your very first step is subscribing the holiday calendar to your smartphone. To do this, log into your Google Calendar account and then click on the option Other Calendars on your left side of the stock Calendar app.

Tap on the Browse Interesting Calendars. You will see a list of extra calendars from Google that includes Sports, Holidays and so on.

Click on the subscribe button and add any calendar into the Google Calendar.

Add the calendar to Android smartphone

After adding a Calendar into the Google Calendar, it automatically reflects on your Android handset. If you still can’t see the subscribed calendar on your device, go to your Calendar application and tap Menu > More > Settings and then tap on Calendars.

Make sure the subscribed calendar is activated there. If you have done all this and still can see the calendar, remove it and add it again

Source: Android Central

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