Your iPod and iPad comes inbuilt with Apple's mail program which allows you to configure your email accounts including Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo, etc. However, if you're an exclusive Gmail user or is your main email account, like many people I know, you might want to consider the official Gmail app from Google. The latest version of the app includes: Notification Center support with Banners, alerts and lock screen notification options "Send-as": Alternate sender support, if configured within Gmail Persistent logins so that you don't need to keep logging in at very frequent intervals For those who have Gmail as their main email account, a good idea is to configure Gmail to allow you to fetch email from your other accounts and / or send email from a different address.
This week has been a rather active week for the folks at Google. You can now publish to your Blogger blog directly from iGoogle. Additionally, you can now choose to embed comments below your post inself instead of having them on a new page.
If you are using a Premier Edition of Google Apps for your organization, then you have good news. You can now share videos via Google Video for Google Apps. The main features of Google Video: Share rich video information â€“ Video sharing makes important communications like internal trainings and corporate announcements more personal, engaging and effective.
Ever since I activate GPRS on my Nokia N73, I've kept myself busy hunting for various applications to install and run on my mobile. The purpose has always been to keep me connected even when I am on the road. After a good deal of testing and trying, I've zeroed in on a few must have applications for any avid mobile user (with an internet connection of course).