Gmail launched for mobile devices

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gmaillogo.jpgThanks to various sources, we found out about GMail’s launch into the mobile world. Apparently this java-based application will load your GMail quicker than it would on your average browser, and an added bonus: no ads. A simple visit to gmail.com/app will have the Google goodness up and running in no time. Thanks, GoogleFolk.

  • http://www.kradest.com/ Krad

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  • http://www.blackberrycool.com/ Steve St. Pierre

    I think he’s excited, folks.

  • http://www.blackberrycool.com Steve St. Pierre

    I think he’s excited, folks.

  • http://www.NickStarr.com/ Nick Starr

    This is the best thing to happen to the Blackberry for Google users since Gtalk. Now if they could only make it “push” based.

  • http://www.NickStarr.com Nick Starr

    This is the best thing to happen to the Blackberry for Google users since Gtalk. Now if they could only make it “push” based.

  • moog

    If you have an integrated account with BIS, why do you need to take up 128Kb on your device?

  • moog

    If you have an integrated account with BIS, why do you need to take up 128Kb on your device?

  • count

    Seems redundant to have gmail mobile mail but you can send whay you want and eat up your blackberry memory less you have a Pearl then no worry since Lots of storage on Pearl. Nextel needs to get Pearl on their Network besides TMobile

  • count

    Seems redundant to have gmail mobile mail but you can send whay you want and eat up your blackberry memory less you have a Pearl then no worry since Lots of storage on Pearl. Nextel needs to get Pearl on their Network besides TMobile

  • ZyphBear

    Just a note that was revealed which really burst my bubble about being able to check my gmail on my BB with no delays (I’m a TMO customer) and my Gmail through BB is really getting delayed lately, as much as 12-15 hours, sorta defeating the purpose:

    Note: The Gmail application doesn’t currently work with T-Mobile USA or BREW-based carriers (e.g. Verizon, Alltel, U.S. Cellular).

  • ZyphBear

    Just a note that was revealed which really burst my bubble about being able to check my gmail on my BB with no delays (I’m a TMO customer) and my Gmail through BB is really getting delayed lately, as much as 12-15 hours, sorta defeating the purpose:

    Note: The Gmail application doesn’t currently work with T-Mobile USA or BREW-based carriers (e.g. Verizon, Alltel, U.S. Cellular).

  • djroketboy

    ZyphBear, that is not true, I just installed it on my 8100 and it works fine. I am a T-Mobile usa user.

  • djroketboy

    ZyphBear, that is not true, I just installed it on my 8100 and it works fine. I am a T-Mobile usa user.

  • swtrainer

    I just installed Gmail on my BB 8700c and its just what I’ve been looking for. I have Gmail pick up my personal email and now from my POP account, I can now keep my business email (through BES) and my personal mail (through Gmail) separate – not sharing the same inbox. Gmail also allows you to set it up so that when you send a message via Gmail, it can appear as if sent from your personal POP account instead of from Gmail. GREAT!

  • swtrainer

    I just installed Gmail on my BB 8700c and its just what I’ve been looking for. I have Gmail pick up my personal email and now from my POP account, I can now keep my business email (through BES) and my personal mail (through Gmail) separate – not sharing the same inbox. Gmail also allows you to set it up so that when you send a message via Gmail, it can appear as if sent from your personal POP account instead of from Gmail. GREAT!

  • swtrainer

    I made an error – I don’t have Gmail pick up my personal email. I have my personal email automatically forwarded to my Gmail account…

  • swtrainer

    I made an error – I don’t have Gmail pick up my personal email. I have my personal email automatically forwarded to my Gmail account…