|by Elias Chiddicks on September 22nd, 2009|
Anyone within earshot of google (which, lets face it, is most of the world) knows that the company has been hot on the trail of mobile application development of late. A few months back, it first released the Sync service for iPhone, Symbian S60 and Windows Mobile users. The service let you backup your contacts and calender events to your google account and back to your phone as required.
As of today though, the Google Sync has gone A-list with the inclusion of GMail support. The new feature means that users will now have their google mail messages synced between their account and devices. Better yet, the service uses your native mail application, so everything will look the same but be way more awesome with no need for an extra app.
Head over to m.google.com/sync to get the service.
[Via Google Mobile Blog]