Google reveals its Web application capability at Mobile World Congress 2009, Google presents a Gmail version for the iPhone that could be used when phone is at offline mode.
It is an extension of offline version of Gmail for desktops and laptops,and now it comes on mobile.Google Vice president engineering Vic Gundotra revealed the latest technology.
Now you can browse and read e-mail even after you switch your phone into offline mode.But how can this be possible to access the net without a network?
The answer is that offline application can’t retrieve new data from the network,but they do syncronize when network access is restore. At that time e-mail is stored in a local database on the phone,even when online.
You can access it very fast because it’s using the local database.Also there is a floating toolbar in the application that was visible even as you scrolled your inbox.