They've also worked to improve speed, an important concern when dealing with these devices, and extended a hand to anyone who's ever had to make use of online apps over a flaky connection, by allowing users to compose messages or open recently read ones even if the data network is dropped or intermittent. Both BlackBerry and Android have their own standalone Gmail programs, whereas the iPhone does not. If Google can make a suitable web-based replacement, however, the company could drop standalone apps altogether and reduce development needs.
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