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Gmail Is Now Available On Android App Market

Gmail app is one of the best part of Android.Gmail is now available on Android app market and it gets a Froyo Flavored Update.Gmail Android app now support Priority Inbox…

Google’s update of the Gmail application for Android handsets is important for several reasons. First, it brings new features to Google’s smartphone platform.One new behavior has to do with message actions. To-date, the message actions have been stuck up at the top of the email in the header information. Now, Google says the message actions will float near the top of the screen even as users read through their emails. The main benefit here is that users can now skip scrolling back to the top of an email to star it.

Message threads are easy to handle in the browser-based version of Gmail, but not so much on Android handsets.Google says that Gmail on Android handsets supports a limited version of Priority Inbox. Those who have enabled Priority Inbox in their desktop email will see “important” messages flagged, and users can even set a shortcut to their home screen for faster access to “important” emails.

This is the first time that a major part of the Android system has been updated outside of a full operating system update (to Android 2.1 Eclair, Android 2.2 Froyo, etc.) This means as Google moves forward in developing new features for Android’s core systems, users won’t have to wait for major OS updates to get them.

Google had previously hinted that this was coming, and the change in update strategy should make long waits for new Android version updates less painful, as the best stuff will be available to more people sooner.Google notes that Android 2.2 Froyo is required. The new Gmail application is a free download from the Android Market.

Download Link :http://code.google.com/android/

Thanks :informationweek.com
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