Back in the summer, Cody took an in-depth look at the latest update to Inbox by Gmail and found evidence for a new feature called Highlights. He found that Google was planning to introduce a section at the top of Inbox that would bring attention to priority emails right at the top of the app. Now, it looks like the feature has been turned on by Google, for some people at least. Read More
For those of us who regularly encounter a blizzard of emails, Gmail's Priority Inbox is a godsend. Previously exclusive to the desktop and Android devices, Priority Inbox has been expanded to support any HTML5-capable mobile web browser.
The process is simple. First, you have to have Priority Inbox set up for your email account (if you haven't already done so). Once this is done, load up your compatible mobile web browser and waddle on over to gmail.com. Click on the menu screen, and ta-da! Your inbox should now be prioritized with the appropriate sections filtered for your account.
Once again, your mobile browser must be compatible with HTML5, which is included in Android OS 1.5+ as well as iOS 3 and beyond. Read More