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Offline Gmail: Google Brings Offline Support To Your Gmail With Google Gears

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gmail-google-gearsIf you have been using Google Gmail for a long time, you will be happy to know that Google now enables you to read your mail offline using Google Gears. This is a really great news as previously Gmail depended a lot on you having an internet connection for you to acces the functions. Now you can read your mail online, label or star it. Only bad points is that you cannot send mail or receive new mail. (duh!) To use this new awesome function, you need to install Google Gears first.

Here is a quick video to show you what it will look the new offline Gmail will looks like. I will post more about this as I try out the new function. Comment and let me know what you think, or get our blog updates by email or RSS!! ๐Ÿ˜€

[via TechCrunch]

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January 28, 2009 at 1:28 pm

16+ Most Must-Have Free Excellent Apple Mac Apps Ever

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mac-appWe use our computer everyday and there are some applications that we will get to use very often. In this post, we will show you 15+ must-have free smashing applications and softwares for your Apple Mac that we have found and tested out (not in order of merit).

  1. NetNewsWire: A really amazing browser-based RSS reader that has a neat interface and cool functions.
  2. Adium: A must-have multi-protocol IM client for your Mac.
  3. AppFresh: A software updater that manages all your softwares updates from one place.
  4. Quicksilver: A productivity application to enhance your workflow with shortcuts.
  5. Growl: Elegant notifications system application.
  6. Transmission: Free light-weight BitTorrent P2P client, a must-have application for your Mac.
  7. AppCleaner: Uninstall an application completely and easily.
  8. Cyberduck: Awesome FTP and SFTP client for your Mac.
  9. Camino: An internet  browser with a slick interface for your browsing needs.
  10. Colloquy: IRC client for your IRC chat needs.
  11. LiteIcon: Made by the same developer that made AppCleaner that changes icons on your Apple Mac.
  12. TextWrangler: Powerful general purpose text editor for your Mac.
  13. iStat Menus: Monitor your computer stats using this nifty tool.
  14. The Unarchiver: Cool app to extract and unarchive lots of  file formats.
  15. Skitch: We showed you this wonderful screenshot application in our previous post.
  16. VirtueDesktops: Awesome virtual desktop manager for multi-tasking.

That is all for the 15+ Most Must-Have Free Excellent Apple Mac Apps Ever. You might want to read our previous posts such as 20+ Stunning Free iPod Touch/iPhone Wallpapers and 8 Most Must-Have Free Addictive iPod Touch/iPhone Games Ever . Feel free to comment or subscribe to our blog updates by email or RSS!! ๐Ÿ˜€

Written by straw000

January 28, 2009 at 2:47 am

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