Google seems to be on a roll. After releasing an update for the YouTube app, they have just announced the release of a new version of their Gmail app. The Gmail for Android 2.3.2 brings one of the best features of the desktop version to the mobile phone- Priority Inbox. If you’re a regular user of Gmail on your computer, you would know what it does. If you don’t, basically it is a feature of Gmail that sorts your mail according to importance instead of date received. It’s something that takes a little getting used to, but once you do, you’ll probably never go back to using your regular inbox again. Besides giving you the Priority Inbox feature, Google has included some additions to the app to make it more useful. You can now set your phone to notify you, vibrate or ring whenever you receive a message in your Priority Inbox. The compose window has also been improved to make it easier to switch between reply/reply all/forward. The Gmail is available now for download on the Android Market. Take note that the app only works on Android 2.2 or higher. How many of you love using the Priority Inbox?