He wants to correct some misconceptions, not least:
I didnâ€™t say anything about disliking or replacing Apple Mail. Mail is my primary mail client, and thereâ€™s plenty about it that I like. I just use both, since I like GMail better for viewing mailing lists.
He also says that he has no great plans to develop the app further, although he gives his blessing to anyone else who wants to and lets him know.
And he takes pain to point out that the credit belongs to the Apple Web Kit Development team.
(On a pedantic note, I see from comparing his original post with this one, that the browser is built with the WebKit demo from the Web Kit development team. I am still confused about this, despite John Gruber’s post on the differences and Daniel Jalkut’s patient further explanation ).
- Finally, a nice icon for Gmail
- A dedicated, distraction-free browser for Gmail
- Gcal.app: Distraction-free Google Calendar WebKit client
- Gcal 0.2: Smaller footprint, tweaks
- Distraction-free Gmail in Camino/Firefox
Tags: Apple Mail, browser, email, GMAIL, mail.app, web 2.0, web kit, WebKit, webmail