This link should “force” web Gmail to open in basic HTML.
After you sign in, and confirm you want to view in this way, you may see this screen next:
TAP on the 3 horizontal lines to access the menu:
This should bring-up a view like this:
You need to SCROLL down to the bottom of the page, to get to this screen:
TAP or CLICK on Older version
You then get this view:
Here, you can see everything you need to access:
Your INBOX shows itself clearly.
You can COMPOSE a new email
You can see your various FOLDERS
You can even access your CONTACTS stored in your Gmail account.
I think the basic HTML interface is a much cleaner, faster way to view Gmail on your tablet. The App seems to “overdo” it! This may not be quite so useful on the iPad, because I think that the Mail App on the iPad actually handles Gmail very well.
Please let me know what you think, via my Facebook page:
Simply put, a web card is a powerful way to present your business details, all in one place, optimized for mobile devices. As you are probably aware, internet access from mobile devices surpassed desktop access about 12 months ago, so it is more important than ever for businesses to have a mobile-friendly presence. Web cards provide a convenient way to achieve this:
Click or tap on this next image to view my web card online:
As you can see, all the key information is presently clearly, in a mobile-friendly format. It works just as well on desktops and laptops, of course!
I expect you’ve seen them; you know, those square, black and white images on posters, signs, adverts etc. Many websites and companies will charge you for producing them, or restrict their commercial use, or make it hard to use them without a fee.
I’ve found a great site where you can create your own, personalised QR code for free, and use it commercially!
So, the much-anticipated iOS 11 is now available, after about 4 months of public beta-testing. I love the new App Switcher and Control Centre (I’ve been using the many beta releases for several months now). This release of iOS really does make you feel as if you’ve got a brand new device, particularly if you’re an iPad user. This review covers the main new features: