Google mail app for Android - does everything you would expect and does it well.
by on July 7, 2011
Bringing the email experience from the desktop application to your phone, the Gmail Android app helps you keep track of your emails while you are on the move.
With support for multiple Gmail accounts, you can expect many of the features already familiar to Gmail users, such as search through messages and viewing email messages by conversation. You can also expect priority inbox markers, accessing synced messages when in offline mode and a toggle to hide or show quoted text.
Email notifications will appear on your status bar, but you can also choose to assign a ringtone or have the phone vibrate for incoming emails. In a bid to help keep your email organized, you can add stars to favourites and labels for personal, work and travel. To make the transition from another email client easier, you can import contacts and mail from the likes of Yahoo, Hotmail and AOL accounts.
Gmail users will be happy to see that the app stays relatively true to the desktop version, and with the ability to fully customise your account, those new to Gmail will quickly be able to recognise that this is one of the best email clients around for Android phones.
Compatible with: Android 2.2 and above.
Download this app: Gmail for Android
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