Here's how to get Google Apps on your phone.
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. If you are already logging in using your Smith email address and Google password, then you've already done that step.
|Options for access
| Most Android phones have mobile versions of Gmail, Calendar, Contacts, and Google Talk pre-installed. You can download other mobile apps like Docs for free from Android's Market. To begin using these apps, follow these steps to add the account to your phone.
|You can also access your apps from your Android's browser app. Just point the browser to m.google.com, touch the app you want to use, and sign in to your Google Apps account.
As you would expect, Google have made it very easy to set up Gmail through an Android phone or tablet. To setup your Gmail on an Android phone, follow these steps.
- Open the Settings menu and go to Accounts & sync settings on your device.
- The Accounts & sync settings screen displays your current sync settings and a list of your current accounts.
- Touch Add account.
- Touch Google to add your Google Apps account.
- Touch Sign in when prompted for your Google Account.
- Enter your full RHSmith email address as your username, and then enter your Google password that you set as linked to above in red.
- Select which services you'd like to sync (e.g. mail, calendar, contacts etc).
|Mobile apps overview
| Here's a look at just a few of the apps you can use on your Android:
- Gmail Send and receive mail. Watch video
- Google Calendar View and add calendar events. Learn more
- Google Talk Send instant messages.
- Googe Docs View and edit docs! Watch video
- Contacts Manage and get in touch with your contacts.
- Tasks Add and check off tasks. Watch video
- Lookup Quickly look up contacts at your domain
What other Google Apps can you use on your Android? Visit Google's Android Help Center.