“The new compose pops up in a window, just like chats (only larger). This makes it easy to reference any other emails without ever having to close your draft. You can even do a search or keep an eye on new mail as it comes in. And because the compose window works the same way as chats, you can write multiple messages at once and minimize a message to finish it later.”
This golden icon is from the Canary build (this icon used to be Yellow in the past) and this icon is stored in the executable file for the regular version of Google Chrome too
- In order to enable the Golden Google Chrome Logo, you need to install Google Chrome from the dev channel.
- After installing the Google Chrome browser for the Dev channel, right click on it’s icon in the Desktop to get to it’s properties.
- Now, click on the Shortcut tab in theProperties dialog box. In this tab you will find a button called “Change Icon“. Click on that button.
- This will bring up a new dialog box with a set of available Google Chrome icons. Here you can find the Golden icon! Just select it and click on ok.
The new app – called the Offline Google Mail – is based on the Gmail web apps for tablets. It uses HTML5 technologies to store your emails locally. This ensures that you can read emails, organize them or respond to them even when there is no internet connection available.
As mentioned before, this is available only on Google Chrome (or Chromium). It is not yet available for other browsers like Firefox, IE etc.
To start using Offline Google Mail, you have to install the app from the Chrome Web Store. Click on the link below.
Google Sync will sync all your contacts to your online Google account (Gmail, Google Voice, etc.). So now you have all your BlackBerry contacts on your Gmail.
Once you’ve installed Sync, all your information will be safe in your Google account. If you ever lose your phone or buy a new one, getting your address book and calendar to your new device is as easy as installing Sync.
From Mobile : http://m.google.com/sync