Â It wouldn’t be fair to say that Chromebooks are useless without an Internet connection. These special notebooks from Google that run on Chrome OS have gained a center stage. But yes it’s true that using these without an Internet connection seems difficult. However, a low Wi-Fi would still work, which is better than having no connection at all.
Since Google works to sort all your problems, they have a perfect solution to save you from this hassle. This time around, they have an all new Offline Gmail app which will help your mail to sync with the storage of Chrome web browser on your Chromebook. This further means that you now have theÂ privilegeÂ of an offline access for Docs, Gmail, and Calendar. If you own a Chromebook, you can now easily acess your Gmail account offline, and all you would need is an offline Gmail app.
How to get Offline Gmail App?
Getting apps related to Google is the simplest and easiest of things. All you need to do is log on to the Google Chrome Web Store to download and install the Offline Gmail app. After installation, you will be asked to allow for Offline Gmail storage and upon your approval, your data will be stored on your PC. However, make sure you don’t use a public computer to do so.
Although there are certain limitations as well which come up with this and one of those is that you won’t be able to receive all your e-mails at one go. The reason for same is that it will be synced according to the date. However, looking at the positive aspect, you can work smoothly with the app by reading and writing messages and handling all your messages in the offline mode.
With all these offline capabilities, it can still not be assured whether or not the performance of Chromebook without proper web connectivity will be satisfactory. Â Make sure you have a proper web connection before you get a Chromebook.