Google has announced that iPhone, iPod touch and Windows Mobile users can now enjoy push Gmail support via Google Sync.
Launched at the beginning of the year, Google Sync is a service that lets you synchronize Google Calendar and Gmail Contacts with your phone. And, as of today, it also offers Gmail messages pushed directly on your handset.
The service allows you to sync only the Calendar, Contacts or Gmail if you don’t need them all synced.
Google Sync is also available for Symbian S60 and BlackBerry, but without push Gmail support (for the moment at least).
Google Sync can be tried out at m.google.com/sync
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