This free, easy-to-use application may change the way you think about the mobile Internet—if you’ve got a Java-enabled mobile device on Sprint, that is.
Gmail for mobile: Look familiar?
If you’re already a Gmail user, you’ll feel right at home using the mobile client. The interface is extremely intuitive and during testing I found the performance of the application quite speedy (especially when compared to other services I’ve tried—keep in mind though that we have no way to measure the network traffic).
Gmail for mobile: Lots of phones
Google’s Gmail and mobile technologies teams have run the app successfully on 300 different models of Java-enabled phones. It should look fairly similar no matter the model. In this particular slide you’ll note that you can tell what emails have been opened or not and this synchonization carries over to your computer—the next time you log on from it those messages you read on your phone will show up as having been read there too (that’s been a challenge for some mobile email providers).
Gmail for Mobile: 3-step-process
In just three easy steps you too can have Gmail for mobile (we break this into more legible pieces on the next three slides)
Gmail for mobile: On your mobile screen
This is the screen you’ll see if you access the Google mobile apps page on your mobile device.
Gmail for mobile: Six Google Mobile Services
There are now half a dozen mobile services including Gmail for mobile available to mobile users.