Gmail Blog Updates

Default http access advised for G-mails. In 2008 the option was floated to always use https – this system edits or encrypts your mail as passes through your web browser and their servers. The advantages feature protection from data being sneaked by third parties as in public WiFi hotspots. Read more →

Remember the Milk for Gmail: A review

Google releases Improved Gmail version for iPhone and Android

To give a more sophisticated touch to the internet mobile email service, Google has just launched a new web-based version of Gmail that will allow iPhone and Android users to have faster access to their messages and that will be workable when these users are offline. Read more →

Google to bring offline Gmail for iPhone and Android

If you are one of those who reckon offline Gmail at their desktop as the nicest thing after sliced bread, they wouldn’t have to wait any longer, as there is an indication from Google’s vice president Vic Gundotra that Google guys considering offering this functionality to an Android/iPhone soon. Read more →