Google has updated its version of Gmail for iPhone and Android, with which mobile users expected to be one step closer to the experience of using the mail on the desktop. With developments such as support for offline mode and a floating bar.
This floating bar is located at the top of our inbox and offers quick access to certain functions such as archive mail, delete or mark messages as read or unread. This is, so no longer have to check email and go to the top of it to choose those options, but we will always at hand thanks to the floating bar.
Another important development is the support for offline mode, which comes with the standard version for some time. With the addition of Gears and HTML5, not only can work offline or where the connection quality is not adequate, but that may soon get new and better features (which have not yet been specified).
To begin using the new version of Gmail for Mobile, users must have iPhone or iPod with the latest official version available, 2.2.1. As for the Android phones are all supported, and currently the only language to be offered this update is the English.
To access the new version of Gmail for Mobile, only to point the mobile browser to gmail.com address and starts enjoying. Undoubtedly, a significant update, especially considering that we are not talking about a mobile application that will download, but a mobile web page, which has advanced so much that the potential behavior of a web app from a small mobile phone screen.
If you are the video below to see new Gmail for mobile in action:
Now that these devices are becoming more powerful and better, and no need to create an application for each platform, rather than develop web apps that may be becoming better and compatible with nearly all models.
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