Since the death of Gears , we were not without impatience, awaiting the return of the offline access to our Google Apps. Although the day has finally arrived – if you are a fan of Chrome. The beautiful world of Mountain View has unveiled a new application for their browser (which means it also works on Chome OS) called out Google Mail that will keep you connected to your all-important messages even when you can not get a connection. Notice the soft looks a heck of a lot like the web app for tablets, and that’s because it is essentially what it is. There are some differences – the keyboard shortcuts work – but at its heart is the same HTML5 browser users of mobile applications have been enjoying for some time. To install the offline version, you will have to uninstall the standard Gmail App Chrome, which is a bit strange, but nothing prevents you to type in the address bar Gmail.com. Docs and Calendar are also going offline. From today’s feature will be deployed to users over the next week. To activate it just look in the settings of an offline check box. Currently Docs is required only when disconnected, but Google promises to off-line editing is coming soon. Hit the link to install the cover over Gmail Offline now.
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