The Official Google Mobile Blog has announced a couple of small but cool updates to the Gmail Mobile webapp for iPhone and Android users, namely faster address auto-complete and keyboard shortcut support. Faster auto-complete is a bit of a yawn, but keyboard shortcut support is pretty cool. Unfortunately keyboard support is Android-only—presumably one of the benefits of having a hardware keyboard. Still, both phones feature touchscreens, so keyboard shortcuts aren't quite as important on your phone. [Official Google Mobile Blog]
Gmail Mobile Gets Faster Auto-Complete, Keyboard Shortcuts
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