Gmail for mobile devices

03Nov06

Google launched a new version of Gmail Mobile (Java application) which is up to five times faster in access and use, thanks to automatic pre-fetching of messages and drastically reduced clicks and scrolling to access email. If you go to gmail.com/app,
on your Java-enable mobile phone and download the small application,
you’ll be able to use Gmail. Attachments, including files and photos are viewable and automatically resized to fit the user’s phone.

It’s a small download, but one that might make you look at email on
your phone in a different way — maybe like Gmail did for email when
that first appeared. Download it now and decide for yourself!

You should check the requirements, the most important being J2ME (Java) MIDP2. Gmail Mobile is also available from your browser if you go to gmail.com (or m.gmail.com) on your mobile phone, but you won’t get these features.

You can get all this info if you just visit gmail.com homepage where the sidebar contains the info ont he release of this new feature🙂

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10 Responses to “Gmail for mobile devices”

  1. 1 Nelly

    I have tried it and I can tell you that it’s great, fast and cool looking, but I need app that can connect to multiple mail account’s by POP, IMAP or Webmail so it`s much more easier to use Movamail http://movamail.com/

  2. aku mencari program application untuk motorola rzrv3i
    dan sekalian monanyak dimana club moto indonesia ( situsnya )

  3. I live in Jamaica and is on the digicel network with a Motorola L7i, however I am not able to connect to the page on my phone when i enter the site for GMAIL mobile, the phone says unable to connect to page or server not responding. Can some one please help me for when i call customer care they say they don’t know any thing about this phone. Please send me an email, thanks.

  4. So all in all are you all happy with gmail and is it worth moving to for you main mobile email client ?

  5. thank for useful information

  6. wow.. thank you very much for this useful information🙂

  7. 8 Ranjit Singh

    i have GPRS connection and working properly… and downloaded it,but unable to connect …. pls help me out…m BSNL Punjab user

  8. 9 Ranjit Singh

    when m login ..msg is “temporary network problem”


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