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Thursday, October 23, 2008

Google Introduced Gmail For mobile 2.0, Faster, More Reliable and Support For More Than 35 Languages

Google today announced the introduction of Gmail for mobile 2.0, designed to be faster and more reliable in low signal areas and to even support basic offline access on phones like the Nokia N95, Sony Ericsson W910i, and BlackBerry Curve.

Latest version of Gmail for mobile also allows you to log into multiple accounts (including both Gmail and Google Apps email accounts) at the same time. Switching between them is as easy as a few button clicks or just hitting + j on phones that have a QWERTY keyboard.

It has also added support for multiple mobile drafts, undo (using the menu or the z shortcut), and sending mail in the background (no more staring at the "Sending..." dialog until it finally gets sent). Be sure to check the help page from Gmail for mobile's main menu for a list of all keyboard shortcuts.

Gmail for mobile 2.0 supports over 35 languages, and the application language will automatically match your phone's language setting.

To download Gmail for mobile version 2.0, just go to m.google.com/mail in your mobile browser.

Watch this demo video to learn more:

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