Google announces Java-powered GMail for Mobile devices!!

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  1. JGuru

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    Google has announced today a new Java Gmail client for mobile devices.

    Gmail for Mobile Devices is a free application and will work on any J2ME phones in the U.S. Users can download the app by using their phone's browser to navigate to gmail.com/app.

    According to Google, the new app will work on about 300 different phones in the U.S. market. There are no ads. Attachments open as normal, provided you have the appropriate software.

    Gmail for Mobile Devices is free, but you'll have to pay your carrier for the data transfer.

    Google has partnered with Sprint for the launch, and Gmail for Mobile Devices is available for download from the Sprint PCS VisionSM and Sprint Power VisionSM home pages.

    Read more about it here
     
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    nice info,,,,
     
  3. hemant_mathur

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    Nice info
     
  4. sariq

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    just installed on my mobile, looks cool. working fine
     
  5. sariq

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    but it doesnt support attachments. inbuilt mail client in my phone is better for attachments
     
  6. –•(–•Raghav™•–)•–

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    Thanx.. for sharing.. the info
     
  7. Third Eye

    Third Eye gooby pls

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    Thats great news man !
    Thanks !
     
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    It doesn't work on my 3105 :(

    Its alright though. I prefer the web based Gmail anytime to the J2ME based one.. :D
     
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