Gmail Offline is a Chrome Web Store app that’s intended for situations when you need to read, respond to, organize and archive email without an internet connection. […] After you install the Gmail Offline app from the Chrome Web Store, you can continue using Gmail when you lose your connection by clicking the Gmail Offline icon on Chrome’s “new tab” page.
I haven’t had a chance to try this yet but it sounds pretty cool. Also it might just make me use Chrome a lot more than before. You can read all about this on the official Google post.
Did you know that Google+ could affect how your business’s website gets found on Google’s search engine? Now more than ever, marketers must focus on providing the best customer experience possible, and encourage +1 recommendations everywhere they can. Read the full article on How Google+ will affect SEO at http://bit.ly/oZ6ksD.
Are you a Gmail user? Google wants you to help your friends and family to switch to Gmail. They even set up a special page to help you called Email Intervention.
Google+ is still a limited field trial and I hope to get access to it soon. But for now you can read their introductory blog post (and watch some videos) or sign up to get notified when Google+ goes live. You should already see the “+You” in the top menu if you’re logged in with your Google account.