Well in time for the MacWorld 2008, Google have announced enhancements to their services for the iPhone. The new look and feel for the mobile version of Gmail for the iPhone is just the eye candy to the faster and more fluid power of the new gmail for Mobile.
Google, after reviewing lots of meaningful and insightful feedback from iPhone users, have addressed some of them in the current version –
- Customization of tabs: ow you can customize the tabs you want on Google. Go to the More tab and press “Custom tabs” to select your favorite three Google mobile products.
- New and improved Gmail: The latest version of Gmail delivers messages to your inbox without the need for you to refresh it. Also, if you need to write an email, we help you complete the address — you only need to type out the first few letters of your contact.
- New and improved Calendar: A calendar can be one of the most important things on a phone. Now Google Calendar is faster and has a month view.
- iGoogle for the iPhone: One of the most common requests to date has been to include personalized modules. Google have announced a new iPhone-optimized version of iGoogle that mobilizes all of the modules you know and love.
June 29th 2007 saw the release, with a great success, of one of the most advanced gadgets of the last days “The Apple iPhone”. The first release was only for Apple stores, Apple online stores and AT&T Shops, with price $500 and $600 for 4GB and 8GB respectively.
This fabulous gadget – 3 in 1 – as was defined by her creator Steve Jobs, should never be called “iPhone”. Why?
Itâ??s simple. The company, Cisco Systems Incorporated, is the owner of the iPhone brand from the year 2000 when they became owners of Infogear Technology Corporation. This was the one that originally registered the brand. Even, the Cisco division – Linksys – released a telephone with access to the internet called the “iPhone”, a VOIP Phone.
iPhone of 2010 aside, this model must be judged on what it is today. Its multitouch UI, browser and iPod are all pants-worthy. The iPhone can be compared to high-end Nokia or Helio phones that have endless lists of wonderful features like GPS, YouTube video uploading and more. But only a douchebag would tackle the iPhone for lacking esoteric tricks; things that belong on a Wish List for v2.0.
Gizmodo has an all-out bare-all No BS iPhone Review. There is even a massive iPhone hands on guide and is perhaps one of the best review that you will ever need to read about the iPhone. The reivew summarizes much of the important hands on research from the reviewing community.