Google Grants Offline Access to Gmail for iPhone and Android
Today Google also announced lots of new features in its webmail Gmail product for the iPhone and Android platforms. According to Google, it takes advantage of HTML5, Gears and aggressive caching to boost speed, performance and the ability to interact with Gmail even when experiencing network issues. This will let users access some of Gmail's features even when the phone is unable to connect to a wireless network. Google also made archiving emails easier, as well as improved the look and feel of the Gmail app. The new webmail version of Gmail works only with iPhones running firmware 2.2.1 and up. It also works with all Android handsets. Gmail for the iPhone and Android is accessible from the devices' browsers.
Google Releases Lightweight Gmail Go for Low-End Android Phones
Google has made a light and quick version of Gmail available to select handsets. Gmail Go is a slimmed-down version of Gmail that works better on devices with limited resources or spotty network connections.
Gmail for Android Gains Microsoft Exchange Support
Google today said the global Android Gmail app is set to add support for Microsoft Exchange. "Whether you're on Google Apps or Exchange, you can use the Gmail app on any Android device to send and receive mail," said Google in a blog post.
Google Simplifies Two-Factor Authentication in Gmail
Google has reduced the complexity of using two-factor authentication for Gmail in an effort to encourage more people to take advantage of the tool. Moving forward, iPhone and iPad users can receive security prompts within Gmail.
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.
This doesn't work!!!!
I turned my iPhone into airplane mode and I haven't received an e-mail ALL DAY!!!