Google snuck in a pretty cool feature for Android at MWC--Offline Gmail. If you're a big time Gmail User, you might know that a new Labs feature was implemented that allows offline viewing and using of your desktop Gmail account. Well, this is in the works for Android as well. You can basically do everything you do on Gmail--labels, compose, etc--just offline. It'll save everything you do locally and after you get an internet connection, the web app will sync everything back to Gmail. Almost magic, ain't it?

There's no telling when this will be available but it might prove that future offline webapps are possible. Supposedly all this is made possible through HTML5 standards. Definitely interesting.

Check out the video after the jump!

[via engadget]

<

p style="text-align: center;">

 
There are 2 comments

I wrote a tutorial about the technologies behind the GMail offline demo. You can find it here: http://blog.msc-mobile.com/2009/03/03/1236073555483.html

replica louis vuitton are located in all major cities such as Shanghai, New York, etc, you may travel to these
cities and get one for yourself.