How To Install Offline Google Mail

Today Google announced that Google Mail, Google Calendar and Google Docs will be available as offline web apps. Offline Google Mail is available now in the Chrome Web Store. This means that you will be able to read, organise and write emails while without an internet connection. Awesome!
The Offline Google Mail interface!

Make sure you have the three main requisites for this "How To":

  1. A working computer with an active internet connection
  2. Google Chrome or Chromium web browser
  3. A Google Mail account...

Here's how to install Offline Google Mail in a few easy steps:

Go to the Offline Google Mail Chrome Web Store page. You can use this link to do that.

You will be asked confirmation to install Offline Google Mail. Go ahead and click "Install"
Once the Chrome app has installed, you can run it from your Chrome new tab screen.
When you do that you will be asked for confirmation to allow offline mail.

Go ahead and tick the box next to "Allow Offline Mail" and then click the blue "Continue" button.
And that's it! You should then have access to your GMail when offline and the funky new UI!

Thanks to Google and the GMail team! I think this is a great new improvement to their services!

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HTC Wildfire vs HTC Wildfire S [photos]

Today I got a brand new HTC Wildfire S. I will be writing a full review of the device after I get back from holiday in a fortnight.

Here are a few snaps of my black HTC Wildfire S next to Candice's HTC Wildfire.
The HTC Wildfire S is slightly smaller than the older HTC Wildfire, but has a higher resolution screen (320 x 480 pixels vs 240x320 pixels). The camera and processor are the same, while the Android version is 2.3 Gingerbread vs 2.2 FroYo.

Feel free to ask any questions you would like answered in the full review.