Xobni has leveraged Gmail Contextual Gadgets to make your email more responsive. The new Gmail contextual gadgets platform is bringing renewed innovation to the inbox. Using this new simple but powerful platform, developers can write new innovative gadgets for users of Google Apps and Gmail. But to offer same gadgets to Outlook’s 600 million users, a developer would need to do quite a bit of extra work. “Developers can now write one app for Gmail contextual gadgets and will soon deploy not just to millions of Gmail users, but also to millions of Outlook users: same code available in both worlds. Thanks to Google’s simple but powerful platform (and the hard work of Xobni’s engineers), you just write your gadgets for Gmail and they’re ready to be used in Outlook as well,” noted Google.
Want to get started? Download the Xobni for Outlook Developer Preview. It includes a “Welcome Gadget” with sample code, so you can see your Gmail gadgets in Outlook. We plan to release an updated version of Xobni that’ll allow end users to start enjoying your gadgets.