Google's official Gmail iOS app left the App Store as quickly as it arrived. The app had issues with notifications, and Google today released a Twitter statement apologizing for pulling the app, and that the company had "messed up." On top of the redesign to Google Reader, we're left feeling a little more than unsatisfied with Google's latest projects.
Fortunately, there's a thriving world of independent app developers out there that can make good things happen from bad things. Or, just did them right from the start. Here's a look at three free apps that were better than Google's own Gmail for iOS app. And if these free apps seem a little too simple for you, remember that it's not like Google's was any better
We're not here to judge you or anything--this is just a head's up. You know how you've been using your web browser's private browsing option to keep everyone in the dark about your facination with Hello Kitty? Yeah... um, you might want to come up with a new privacy plan, friend.
It seems that a recently published research paper, set to be released as part of a presentation at next week's at the Usenix Security Symposium, explores the failures of the private browsing feature of four major browsers to hide the digital footprints of users who surf the interwebz using Safari, Chrome, Explorer and Firefox.