Google developed web application Gears that works offline

Google has launched a new product, Gears, which will allow users to have access to online applications while they are offline.

This means that even without logging on to the Internet, you can open your mail or read Google news.

Gears is an open source software which can be added on to browsers and developed as users deem fit. Using the new tool, people can store their online data in their computer and access it when they are off the Net. When one goes online, the data will be synchronized with that in the web server.

According to Google, Gears ‘fills a gap' which had always perturbed Net users and makes browsing a ‘seamless experience'.

To begin with, Google's services can be accessed offline. Soon other major sites will shift ‘gears' to incorporate the new tool.


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