Gmail app for iOS is once again available in the App Store

Ian Hardy

November 16, 2011 2:33pm


Back once again, this time for good. The official Gmail app for iOS, this time version 1.0.2, is now available for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users. Google has fixed the notification bug that caused the Gmail app for iOS to crash and be greeted with error messages.

Google noted on their blog that “we’re just getting started with the Gmail app for iOS and will be iterating rapidly to bring you more features”, but didn’t give a timeline for future updates. However, some early feedback they’ve received it to push out multiple account support, improved notifications and mobile specific signatures.

Get the update, or download the Gmail app here from iTunes

  • Brayden

    This is news?

    • Matt

      On a site dedicated to “Mobile News and Reviews for Canadians,” yes. Yes it is.

  • John Mack

    Where’s the Google Talk Native app??

  • yadeed

    It is not working in my Ipad 2

  • Matt

    I was really hoping for a Google Buzz or Google Wave app… :p

    I love the idea of having a Gmail app – I don’t like using Mail for my Gmail since I already have my iCloud account and my work Exchange account in there, and having to open up a Safari window every time is annoying.

    So it’s working fine for the purpose of not using those two apps… but limiting notifications to badges is ridiculous. If companies with much smaller budgets and audiences can code apps to use Notification Centre, then surely Google can!

  • freestaterocker

    Of course, with wp7 you don’t need a Gmail app. Support is native. :)