Use G Suite on Android
This article applies only for G Suite customers. Learn more about G Suite.
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 G Suite account to your phone. You might also need to install a few apps on Google Play. For details, see Set up your Android for G Suite.
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 G Suite 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
- G Suite Lookup Quickly look up contacts at your domain. Learn more
Notice: Support for G Suite Lookup will be discontinued on September 26, 2016 and the app will be removed from Google Play. Users who have already installed G Suite Lookup will still be able to use the application, however, functionality cannot be guaranteed beyond September 26, 2016.