Itís a no brainer why iOS users have been without an official Gmail up since day one. Obviously because the ďGĒ in Gmail stands for Google. Thus, Android phone would be expected to receive the better mobile version of the app in the same way that the YouTube client on Android gives users the option to see videos in crystal clear quality. Apple has not seemed too keen of having a second e-mail client on its iPhones. And after reading Steve Jobs biography, itís now very clear that the relationships between the two companies hasnít been exactly friendly.
Nevertheless, you can now get your hands on the latest version of the Google Mobile App, so you can set your iPhone to receive Push Notification each time you get a new Gmail message or when you have a Google Calendar alter. Google has managed to sneak into tablets its Gmail app as well. While surfing on the web on your iPad, itís expected you will want to check your Gmail. Now if you go to gmail.com in your browser, youíll see something different than what youíre used to on the desktop. Google is releasing an experimental user interface for the iPad built on the Gmail for mobile HTML 5. To take advantage of the iPadís large display, they created a two-pane view with your list of conversations on the left and messages to the right.
If weíre curious, we can probably take a look of how the app will look from most Android phones currently out there on the market and still wonder what will make it different from their already quite beautiful web version?