GMail Push Finally Available on iPhone

Ok… if you have an iPhone you might like this..

GPush, the GMail push application for the iPhone, is available today through the Apple App Store. Instant or “push” GMail has been accessible on most smartphones for years, but surprisingly has not been available on iPhone, until now. GPush, which is now available in the App Store, enables iPhone users to instantly receive GMail notifications on their iPhone. Without GPush, iPhone users can sometimes wait up to an hour to be notified of a new email received in their Gmail inbox.

 

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The GPush Application, which retails for $0.99 in the App store, gives iPhone users the ability to choose how they want to be notified of new email. GPush options include having the iPhone vibrate and ring and having the GPush icon display the number of unread messages received. GPush users also receive previews of incoming emails, displaying the sender’s name and subject headings.

“The lack of push GMail on my iPhone is the one feature that made me want to switch back to my Blackberry,” said Eliran Sapir, Co-founder of Tiverias Apps. “With GPush, I can continue using my iPhone with no worries of when my next email will arrive.” Yoni Gontownik, Co-founder, said, “with all that is going on with Google, Apple and the FCC, we are pleasantly surprised GPush was accepted into the App store.”

About Tiverias Apps

Tiverias Apps, co-founded by GreatPoint Ventures, is a software development company focused on connecting cloud-based applications with mobile devices. Tiverias Apps has several applications under development for the iPhone App Store. For more information on Tiverias Apps visit www.tiveriasapps.com and to get the latest updates on GPush for the iPhone follow www.twitter.com/GPush4iPhone.

About GreatPoint Ventures

GreatPoint Ventures is a specialized venture development firm focusing on seed stage commercialization of exciting new technologies. GPV invests in “big picture” opportunities that have the potential to lead innovation and transform markets. Collectively, GPV companies have raised over $300M in venture funding and have been active in a broad spectrum of investment sectors. Portfolio companies include Coatue (acquired by NYSE: AMD), Sirtris (acquired by NYSE: GSK), GreatPoint Energy, Zafgen, Coskata, Ethos and Altarock. For more information, visit www.greatpointventures.com.

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