Google has launched GMail Mobile 2.0, enhancing the mobile e-mail experience for J2ME-compatible cell phones such as the Nokia N95 and newer Blackberry models.

The update allows users to save multiple drafts of e-mails in their phone (storage space permitting) and users with QWERTY keyboards (such as the BlackBerry) get new keyboard shortcuts for a variety of mail-handling functions. In addition, messages can now be composed offline (when the user is unable to connect to the cell network) and send them later, when service is available again.

GMail Mobile 2.0 is free and available now from the GMail Web site.

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