Google Continues March Toward Mobile
Nov 2, 2006, 2:55 PM by (staff)
Google today launched a new application that provides a faster, easier way to access Gmail accounts. The Java application allows users to read their Gmail in an interface similar to the desktop experience. It also provides many of the same options as the desktop client. It is being launched on Sprint, however any user with a Java enabled phone should be able to download the application directly from Google. Gmail's WAP site is also still available for users who cannot or do not wish to run Java applications. Separately, YouTube CEO Chad Hurley recently stated that he expects YouTube to be available to mobile users sometime next year. YouTube was recently purchased by Google.
Revised Android Gmail App Supports Outlook, Yahoo Mail
Google has re-envisioned Gmail for Android 5.0 Lollipop and made it a more robust app thanks to several new tools. The overhauled application adopts Material Design, which is the new design language seen across many Android apps.
Google Adds Master Inbox View to Gmail for Android
Google today updated its Gmail application for Android devices with the ability to see all emails from various accounts in a single, master inbox. Using the new "All Inboxes" option will lump together emails from Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, and IMAP/POP accounts into a single view.
YouTube Gaming Hits the Start Button
Google today fully launched its stand-alone YouTube Gaming site. The site features dedicated search algorithms so results focus on games.
Gmail Bolstered with Exchange Tasks
Google today made its Gmail application for Android devices more useful to those who use Microsoft Exchange services. The latest version of Gmail adds support for Exchange tasks.
Youtube is worthless since Google bought it
It is fun if I want to watch some teens skateboarding into a bus, or see some redneck with a webcam tell me what he thinks of the war.
sounds pretty funny to me
This is GREAT!
Next step: Let it run in the background, and notify you of new e-mail (like the Gmail Notifier does...checking however often you choose).
Need java app for their calender program