Google has decided to resolve a pair of major issues facing users with Windows Phone powered devices.
Google, via a Google Plus post on Thursday, announced it had finally patched the Multiple Calendar Sync and Search flaws. These now allow users make the best of these services, from any device running on Microsoft's Windows Phone OS platform.
Google's Multiple Search feature enables users choose which of their multiple Google Calendars are to be synchronised with their devices.
"Just navigate to m.google.com/sync on your phone's browser and configure the calendars you would like to see. From that page, you can also configure which addresses you send mail as if you have custom addresses in Gmail," Google explained, as reported by Windows 7 News.
"We've also improved search to look beyond the conversations that are stored locally on your device so that you are able to find more of your conversations, faster," it added.
Google also provided a step by step guide to explain to users how to exploit the new enhancements. Hopefully, this guide will help users understand more about these new features.