Push Gmail App For IPhone Awaits Approval

Posted: Jul 7 2009, 6:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:14pm CDT, in News | Apple


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I have a G1, so I've always taken for granted having push notifications for Gmail. The iPhone, however, just got push notifications enabled in the 3.0 update. Not every app has yet been updated to take advantage of the new capabilities, and Gmail users with an iPhone still have to check their mail the old fashioned way. But maybe not for long.

Tiverias, an app developer, has just put the finishing touches on their GPush app. This new application will notify you every time you get a new email. The app runs in the background, and the only time you have to use it is when you log into your account. The rest of the time it just informs you when you get a new email.

Of course, we don't yet know whether or not this app will meet with approval from Apple. There doesn't seem to be anything to this app that would make Apple reject it, but we don't know what conclusions Apple will draw once they take a deeper look. Assuming it is approved, GPush will cost $.99 to download.

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