Google on Thursday announced that it has launched Gmail for Mobile 2.0 for J2ME-supported devices. The Gmail for Mobile 2.0 designed to be faster and more reliable in low signal areas and to support basic offline access on phones like the Nokia N95, Sony Ericsson W910i, and BlackBerry Curve.
Additionally the new version of Gmail for mobile allows you to access multiple Gmail or Google Apps email accounts from the same application. See the video from Google below to get to know the new Gmail for Mobile 2.0 version.
Overall performance improvement:
You should experience significant raw speed improvement, smoother scrolling, and no freezing.
Multiple accounts management:
If you have both a Gmail and Google Apps email account, you can easily switch between them quickly. You will no longer have to use two different mobile apps to access personal and work emails.
Multiple mobile email drafts:
You can save multiple email drafts in your mobile phone, so that you can pick and choose what you would like to send later.
Powerful shortcut keys:
If you have a QWERTY phone, you can use shortcut keys. Hit 'z' to undo, 'k' to go to a newer conversation, and 'j' to go to an older conversation. See Menu/Help in the app for more shortcuts.
Basic offline support:
Can't get a signal? Not a problem. You can compose and read your most recent emails even when there is no signal. Also, any outgoing messages will be saved in the outbox on your phone and sent automatically when you're back in coverage.
Gmail for mobile 2.0 is available in over 35 languages now. Please note, though, that not all features are available for all phones.
Go to m.google.com/mail in your mobile browser to download the new Gmail for mobile for your phone.