“After what can only be described as a poor start for Google’s much-anticipated Gmail app for Apple’s iOS platform, the software has returned,” Josh Lowensohn reports for CNET.
“The app, which was released earlier this month and then yanked almost immediately, had a bug that Google said broke notifications,” Lowensohn reports. “It also served up an error message the first time users fired it up.”
Lowensohn reports, “The app is noteworthy in that Google has avoided offering a Gmail client for iOS since the introduction of the App Store. Users of the iPhone, iPod and iPad can, of course, use Apple’s own email client to access their email; however, that built-in client is missing many Gmail-specific features.”
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Due to bugs, Google quickly pulls Gmail iOS app from Apple App Store – November 2, 2011