Gmail’s Priority Inbox has been a major hit for Google and, according to the company’s own research, saves its users a lot of time. Until now, though, it was only available in the desktop and Android version of Google’s email service. Starting today, however, you can also access in the Gmail mobile web app on most mobile browsers that support HTML5. These include early Android devices that don’t natively support Priority Inbox yet, as well as Apple iOS devices (version 3 and up).
When it finally ships later this year, Firefox 4 will have gone through at least twelve beta releases since. The first beta was released in July 2010 and the final release is now set for around later this month. Going forward, however, Mozilla’s director of firefox development Mike Beltzner envisions a very different release schedule. Indeed, if it is up to Beltzner, we will see Firefox 4, 5, 6, and 7 later this year as the organization changes the way it defines major versions and ships updates.