Google Intros Native Gmail App for iOS Devices
Google today announced a brand new Gmail application for the Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Google says the application merges the best features of its browser-based version of Gmail with the native iOS email application to produce a wholly new app. Google says that the new application is fast, uses the built-in notification features of iOS, and offers a more complete Gmail experience on iOS devices. Google explains that some of the time-saving features include: push notification alerts and sounds; inbox search; autocomplete when typing email addresses; support for photo uploads with attachment button; and split-view access on the iPad. Google says the Gmail for iOS application works with its Priority Inbox system, lets users scan through threaded conversations; and supports archiving, labeling, starring, and deleting emails, as well as reporting spam. It offers full support for the touch interface of iOS devices,, such as pull-down to refresh, swipe right to see labels, and kinetic scrolling. Gmail for iOS is available for download from the iPhone App Store starting today.
Review: Apple iOS 7 from A to Z
Apple's new operating system takes a major step forward in terms of design and functionality. It greatly improves usability, while also introducing some nifty new features.
Aio Wireless Kicks Off Today with Nokia Lumia 620
Aio Wireless, a subsidiary of AT&T, today launched its new, no-contract wireless service in the U.S. The wireless network is first available in Houston, Orlando, and Tampa, and will gradually expand across AT&T's footprint around the U.S.
Google Makes Wallet App Available to iPhone
Google today released a version of it Google Wallet service that is compatible with Apple's iOS devices. Previously, it was only available to Android devices.
Microsoft Brings Office to the iPhone, But Not for Free
Microsoft today released Office Mobile for Office 365 subscribers. The software allows iPhone owners to create Microsoft Office Word and Excel documents, as well as open and edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents, but it requires a subscription to Microsoft's Office 365 service.
Vine Update Adds Support for User-Facing Camera
Vine today pushed out version 1.1 of its iPhone application. The most significant new feature is the ability to toggle between the front and rear cameras, making self-Vines easier to capture.
Apple iPhone 4 (GSM)
3.5" display 640 x 960 pixels
Apple A4 processor
0 mAh battery
Headphone Jack (3.5mm)