This app no longer works. I believe that Google has shut down the servers that it used. Use PicoMail instead.
This is the last Gmail for mobile Java release, which is no longer available from Google. Compared with Mail for Google 1.5 it adds:
- Support for multiple Gmail and/or Google Apps accounts.
- Offline capability. You can use Gmail to read emails that you previously downloaded even when you have no signal. You can also compose new emails with no coverage. When you hit “Send”, instead of complaining about the lack of connectivity, Gmail will hold the newly composed email and send it when you move back into a area with coverage.
- Polling, Gmail will check for new email periodically, approximately every 5 minutes when it’s in the foreground and every 20 minutes when running in the background.
- Alerts, when new mail arrives Gmail will alert you. However it only vibrates once when a new email arrives, which is easy to miss.
Data Connection Required: yes
Minimum Java ME profile: MIDP 2.0
Screen Size: All
Touch Support: yes
Reported Working On: Nokia C5-03, Nokia N95, Nokia N8, Sanyo Incognito
Reported Not Working On: LG Rumor Reflex, Micromax X288, Motorola i776, Motorola Rambler, Motorola Theory, Samsung Factor, Samsung 5233, Samsung GT-C3010S
The app “Google Mail” (256 KB) is ready to download or send to your phone as filename:”gmail206g”.
Downloading uses paid data. Downloads are for basic phones that support Java ME such as Nokia S40 phones. They do not work on Android, Apple, Firefox or Windows phones.