by MG Siegler
It has now been over a month since we first ... Apple iPhone News forum
Apple Accepts a GMail Push Application
by MG Siegler
It has now been over a month since we first wrote about GPush, an iPhone app that uses Apple’s Push Notification system to alert you when you have new Gmail messages. Like so many other apps, it was starting to look like Apple simply may not accept it. But a surprise came to developers last night: An email from Apple accepting the app.
Now, before you get all excited, it’s not live just yet. The developers had an issue with the Amazon servers they use to run their system, so they temporarily took the app down, but the team expects things to be back to normal and the app to be in the store in the next 24 hours, we’re told. Again, as far as Apple is concerned, the app is good to go.
Last edited by srl7741; 08-08-2009 at 08:23 PM.
I really wonder if it just happens to be finally out of the review process and approved or if Apple is trying to save face. Either way, congrats to iPhone users.
Well, this is good news for the iPhones users, those who have gmail accounts. Welcome to the push gmail club .
Just like I said sorry to RIM for not releasing Mac support fast enough, I say sorry to Apple. I've switched to the g1. Jerks lol
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Originally Posted by WhitePearlPXL
I jsut looked to the app...and it's not selectable. I would like to get my hands on it to test it out. I do get my gmail on the regular with my iPhone, so there may not be a need...since I have a mobileme account. We'll see.
Here is the web site where you can also get some information as to when it's up in the App Store.