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I use smartphones across the spectrum, but with new Google apps I find that the iPhone 5 now does everything I need and I may be able to lighten my pockets.
Google has updated its iOS Google Sync product, which keeps the native mail and calendar apps on Apple's iPhone and iPad devices synchronised with Google's Gmail, Calendar and Contacts services.In a blog post on Wednesday, software engineer Steve Hardt said the updated version had three key enhancements.
As I mentioned in my last Office for the iPhone post the folks at DataViz and Quickoffice keep going at it back and forth with improvements to their Office products. It looks like DataViz took the lead from Quickoffice with their latest release I just read about at The iPhone Blog site. DataViz renamed their Documents To Go with Exchange Attachments product to Documents To Go Premium and added some functionality that I know many have been waiting for, including PowerPoint and Gmail support.
Google's rich Webkit-based GMail experience in iPhone and Android's mobile web browsers are proof enough that native smarphone apps for many types of applications are no longer needed or should be written for native APIs.
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Google said Tuesday that it will add push Gmail support to the iPhone, iPod Touch and Windows Mobile devices.The push support---where your email connection is always on---is done via Google Sync.
Google continues to provide expanded services for mobile devices and today they announced that Gmail support is now added to Google Sync for iPhone, iPod touch, and Windows Mobile devices. While the Google Android platform offers you the best Google sync/services solution, tools like Google Sync help make other devices more compelling for using Google services.
Google is pretty well integrated into the iPhone, but one area where the Android OS has stood above this integration is with push Gmail. That has changed today with the launch of GPush (iTunes link), a Gmail push application for the iPhone available now for 99 cents. You can setup how you wish to be notified of your incoming Gmail, including through vibration, ringing or GPush icon display of unread messages. You will also receive a preview of incoming email with the sender's name and subject heading.
Google announced an updated version of Gmail for iPhone and Android-powered phones on Tuesday in the official Gmail blog. The new version is not a standalone app; it simply runs in your Web browser -- and quite speedily, might I add.
Google demoed an offline version of Gmail for the iPhone and Android that works in airplane mode at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2009 in Barcelona, Spain. The app does its magic by implementing several features found in HTML5, including:Database (W3C HTML5)App Cache (W3C HTML5)GeoLocation (W3C)The unannounced "technical concept" version of Gmail was demoed on the iPhone and the HTC Magic which runs Android.
Notable headlines:Phil Wainewright: SaaS star leaves SAP for Salesforce.
A blog post by software engineer Adam Connors from the Google mobile team announces a new version of Google Talk for iPhone and iPod touch.In addition to sending your friends Gmail messages from your iPhone, you can now chat with them while you're on the move, too!
Notable headlines:Ed Bott: Fixing Windows Vista, Part 5: Faster, smarter searchPhil Wainewright: Scaling the cloud, deflating the price of softwareEd Burnette: 50 questions asked and answered on AndroidNews.com: Google to let users test new Gmail featuresMary Jo Foley: Microsoft puts more muscle behind Windows and Web search More Microsoft 'Oslo' modeling details fall into placeEIC podcast: Wireless duopolies; Yang's fight; Jobs keynote comingTodd Bishop: Microsoft tries to steal iPhone 2.
Google just released a new interface for the iPhone/iPod Touch that lets Google Apps users easily access everything they need in an integrated environment. This new interface lets you use applications like Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs and other services that aren't associated with Google Apps like Google Reader, Google Notebook, Google News and Blogger.
Notable headlines:Macworld coverage: Ed Burnette: Time Capsule works with PCs tooGarett Rogers: New iPhone update will confuse and upset many Gmail...
For people using POP access in their iPhone, the new update for the device will automatically convert your email to IMAP without you knowing. Why does that matter?
I started using Gmail as my primary email application/service a couple of years ago and have gotten better and better about labeling and filing my email. The problem is that I still may archive something in a label/folder and then forget to follow-up so I am really not being very productive. I like that I can access my Gmail easily on all my mobile devices with the mobile client or even via the mobile web interface (like on the iPhone) with a 3rd option of using POP or IMAP. Joel at Geek.com put together a very helpful feature on Getting Things Done with Gmail that I plan to implement as we begin a fresh new year.
Google announced Wednesday that it has launched a new iPhone application that ties together its various services--search, Gmail, Calendar, Reader and Maps--into one interface.If you're an iPhone user you can see the interface at Google.
IMAP support continues to roll out from Gmail and I just found that my account was provisioned for it sometime last night. I also am now using a T-Mobile BlackBerry Curve as my main device so I thought I would delete my Gmail POP account and setup Gmail with IMAP in an attempt to gain access to my labels, etc. in Gmail and avoid any duplicate efforts in handling email. I also setup my iPhone with Gmail IMAP and found that it works perfectly while giving me access to all my labels as if they were IMAP folders.
If you've tried using Gmail on an iPhone you've probably been frustrated. Copies of sent and received emails end up in your inbox and read emails aren't synced to the server, so if left unchecked the number of unread emails in the Gmail boxes on your iPhone grows rapidly.
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