iPhone App for Instant Gmail notification: GPushBy Partho, Gaea News Network
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
Most of you use Gmail from your iPhone. What if you had a push mail function to use Gmail right out of the box on your iPhone. Tiverias Apps has just released a new Gmail push application for iPhone mobile devices. Christened as GPush the iPhone app leverages a push-notification feature that is being enhanced in the iPhone 3.0 OS. With GPush users will be able to instantly receive and view the Gmails just like instant text messages on your iPhone on the go.
No initial setup would be required for this app. Users would just need to login using your Gmail username and password after installing the application. Once you login, it offers you a push notification whenever a new email arrives so you can check them instantly. Given these, there are limitations that you might suffer while using the app. For instance, the service gets snappy with unstable network connection such as network switch between 3G and local Wi-Fi. In such situation the Gmails gets queued up but only those latest emails would be pushed to the screen to avoid continuously long and annoying notifications. Another hitch-up with the GPush is that it doesn’t support multiple Gmail accounts.
Whatever the issues be, it’s a great app especially for those who rely on Gmail for daily communication. Currently, GPush is available at iTune store at 99 cents. That’s worth every penny you spent as you stay connected to internet access.
Tags: Gmail notification, GPush, iPhone app