Use Google Apps on Android
This article applies only for Google Apps customers. Learn more about Google Apps.
Using Native Android apps
Most Android phones have mobile versions of Gmail, Calendar, Contacts, and Google Talk pre-installed. You can download other mobile apps like Google Drive for free on Google Play.
To begin using these apps, you need to add your Google Apps account to your phone. You might also need to install a few apps on Google Play. For details, see Set up your Android for Google Apps.
Using your phone's mobile browser
You can access many other Google products from a mobile browser. In most cases, you can just go to m.google.com in your phone's browser, touch the product you want to use, and sign in to your Google Apps account. For details, see Using any smartphone's mobile browser.
Overview of Apps
Many Google products are available either as native Android apps or from the mobile browser.
- Gmail Send and receive mail. Learn more
- Google Calendar View and add calendar events.
- Google Talk Send instant messages.
- Google Drive View and edit docs. Learn more
- Contacts Manage and get in touch with your contacts.
- Google Keep Take notes even while offline. Learn more
- Google Apps Lookup Quickly look up contacts at your domain. Learn more
Notice: Support for Google Apps Lookup will be discontinued on September 26, 2016 and the app will be removed from Google Play. Users who have already installed Google Apps Lookup will still be able to use the application, however, functionality cannot be guaranteed beyond September 26, 2016.