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Posted by Admin April 15, 2010 10:00

Google roll out new updates for phone web browsing

Google have made accessing Gmail on mobile devices even easier, so if you want to pick up mail on the go now would be a great time to sell your old mobile for cash to buy a new phone.

A number of new features have been added to the new version of Googlemail, many of which are so subtle you would hardly notice.

Composing an email has been made much simpler if you access the site through your phone browser. When typing in a recipient’s name, Gmail will predict who you are corresponding to and automatically fill in the rest of the field.

In addition to this, when a recipient has been added, they are put into a clickable box so that their details can be viewed more easily.

The whole process is much more efficient and takes on many of the features utilised when checking mail from a computer. However, with a new Google update imminent, the gap between the two won’t be so big.

Those with Android phones will not be affected if they use the native Gmail apps, the new update is for those who access it via their browser.

If checking email whilst out and about is important to you, trade in your old phone for a new smartphone so you’re always connected, and make the most of the new Google features.




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