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Applications

Introducing the Gmail app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch and killing the BlackBerry app

Right then, have a read of this — it’s direct from the Google blog post announcing their Gmail apps for iOS: Waiting. Walking. Watching TV. Working out. Winding down. Waking up. We check email pretty much everywhere these days. And when we do, we want easy access to our important messages so we can respond […]

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Opinion

A serious problem for me, Google and BlackBerry

I just found out that on 22nd of November, Google is going to discontinue their Gmail App for BlackBerry. This is a serious, serious problem for me. Ultra serious. Let me explain. I have 12GB of email in my personal Google Apps account. I have 7GB in my Mobile Industry Review Google Apps account. I […]

Gmail lets you put your current location on your email footer

So this is a rather nifty addition, isn’t it? If you’re like to really wind up the people you’re emailing (or, hugely annoy your boss), you can have Google automatically do a lookup on your current IP location and stick that in your footer. It’s only for Gmail at the moment. That’s Gmail on the […]

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Applications

Gmail on Android looks shit-hot

I’m particularly excited about getting proper hands-on with the T-Mobile G1 to look at it’s email functionality. I didn’t get much of a chance to check out the functionality in-depth during the T-Mobile launch party as we were filming the whole time (see the results here). I wondered how business-critical the Gmail functionality will be. […]

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News

Gmail for Mobile goes 2.0

Not too long after the Google Maps for Mobile team announced an update for their My Location feature, the Gmail for mobile team have announced the next big version of the mobile app, version 2.0 Making the jump from 1.5.x to 2.0, a lot of exciting new features have been introduced with this release. On […]