iPhone Gets Push Email App for Gmail
Today Tiverias Apps announced a new application for the iPhone called GPush. GPush will send emails to the iPhone as soon as they arrive in a Gmail user's inbox so that emails can be seen instantly. The native email client on the iPhone does not support push email for Gmail, instead, it uses a pull method. GPush lets users take advantage of the iPhone's notification systems, such as vibrating and audio alerts. GPush will also show previews of incoming emails, displaying the sender's name and subject headings. The application costs 99 cents and is available in the iTunes Apps Store.
Gmail to Call Out Insecure Emails
Google is hoping to protect Gmail users by making them more aware of secure and insecure messages. Moving forward, Gmail will display an open lock icon for Google Apps users who receive messages from email services that don't support an encrypted connection.
Google's Inbox Email App Can Suggest Responses
Google today said an update to its Inbox email application will make it possible to (almost) automatically respond to emails. A new feature called Smart Reply will suggest up to three responses to emails based on the content within.
Smart Replies Headed to Gmail
Google today said Gmail will soon support smart replies, or automatic responses to emails. The tool is being carried over from Google's Allo messaging application.
Google Adds a Dash of AI to Gmail with High-Priority Notifications On Mobile and Smart Replies on the Web
Google today introduced new features to Gmail both on the web and on mobile devices. The web version of Gmail sees the largest number of changes and adds smart features meant to help people move through their email more efficiently.
Gmail to Convert Numbers, Addresses, and Contacts to Clickable Links
Google today said its G Suite customers will soon be able to take advantage of active hyperlinks in Gmail and Inbox that simplify the process of sending emails or making calls. Both mobile apps will convert text, such as phone numbers, addresses, and email addresses, into interactive links.
My Palm Pre does this for free!
Yeah but Sprint sucks. Everybody knows that silly. The Palm Poop *cough* Pre doesn't hold a candle to the iPhone.
You have to pay?
sounds like Google isn't doing as good as they say they are!
3-year-old SonyEricsson already does this
I can't believe the iPhone didn't already support one of the 2 basic email protocols. OK, obviously I can believe it, but I was not previously aware.
What DOES the iphone do?
Wow, welcome to 2006...
It is not a true Google App.