Google has introduced a new version of Gmail for the iPhone and Android web browser. The company promises this email service is faster and has better support for offline viewing.
The just-released version of Gmail for mobile is faster when performing actions like opening an email, navigating, or searching.
It also allows users to open recently read messages and to compose emails over a weak or non-existent, network connection.
Google says that these improvements are achieved with “aggressive” caching and with new browser technologies, like HTML5 and Google Gears.
To use this new version of Gmail, go to gmail.com on the web browser of an iPhone, iPod touch, or the Android-based T-Mobile G1.
Google has recorded a video showing the new features of Gmail, which can be seen here: