Most Android phones have mobile versions of Gmail, Calendar, Contacts, and Google Hangouts pre-installed. You can download other mobile apps like Drive, Sheets, Docs, etc for free from the Google Play Store. Using the Android native apps is the recommended way to connect to your appsforVCU account. Please note your Android device should be configured with your personal Gmail account initially if additional apps from the Google Play store will be added. Access to Google Play is not available in the VCU faculty/staff domain.
Need more help? Visit Google's Android Help Center.
Set up your iPhone with Google Sync to access your G Suite mail, contacts and calendars using your iPhone's native applications. Learn more about Google Sync For VCU specific steps, go to iOS Configuration
Alternately, access Gmail and Google Calendar using the Gmail for iOS and Google Calendar for iOS apps, which combine features from Gmail's mobile browser and iOS. It's available for free from Apple's Apps store.
For VCU specific steps for the Google Calendar app, go to Google Calendar Configuration
Set up your Windows Mobile phone with Google Sync to access your G Suite mail, contacts and calendars from your phone's native applications. For VCU specific instructions, click here.
Google Sync uses Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync® to synchronize G Suite mail, contacts, and calendars to a Blackberry 10 device. For VCU specific instructions, click here.
Blackberry devices running an operating system prior to the Blackberry 10 may configure an internet email account via IMAP following these steps or they may connect to mail.google.com and calendar.google.com from the browser.
G Suite can be accessed from any mobile device browser. Just point the browser to m.google.com, touch the app you want to use, and sign in to your G Suite account.