GPeek
GPeek
2.0

1.5

GPeek free download for Mac

GPeek2.0

31 March 2008

Have a peek at your Gmail with this widget.

Overview

GPeek... Using the new Gmail Atom feed, GPeek is able to display all the pertinent information relating to every piece of new mail in your inbox: Subject, sender, time and the first few lines of the email. This all comes in a stylish, intuitive package that becomes as small as is practical and expands dynamically as is needed.

GPeek also supports multiple instances so you can check multiple accounts and provides quick access to your Gmail inbox by automatically opening your browser and logging you in. The common sense preferences allow you to customize GPeek so that it behaves best to suit your mail-checking needs.

What's new in GPeek

Version 2.0:
  • New! Preference to limit the maximum number of messages displayed
  • Fixed the subject line bug
  • Support for special characters in your password

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How would you rate GPeek app?

11 Reviews of GPeek

5
Anonymous
19 July 2005
Version: 1.0

Most helpful

This is why I love widgets! Useful, works as advertised, nice interface that's customizable. Nice work. Right now I can't think of any features to add, it's just a nice, easy solution to the inconvenience of keeping a web browser open all the time.
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2
Akrobat
25 April 2008
Version: 2.0
Never seems to work. Keeps stating that it can't connect. Problem with gMail feed etc, etc. Quicker just to open the browser.
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1
Andyf
02 April 2008
Version: 2.0
Finally got it emailed to me by friend and tried to start - widget starts but doesn't allow to even get to settings without first connecting to developer's site. It is a complete BS as I cannot connect at all to developer's site - times out all the time. Maybe due to location where I am at the moment - but having it work or not work depending on location and ability to connect to developer's site is ridiculous. I'm on the road a lot and have no problems using other gmail checkers, including dashboard and yahoo widgets, even from locations I can't connect to developer's site.
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Andyf
01 April 2008
Version: 2.0
I'm still trying to download it or find alternative download link as the developers site times me out all the time. But I have the question that is important to me before I decide to use widget anyway: Description says it launches browser and logs into the account as well that widget supports multiple accounts - so, is it possible in current version (or can it be made possible in future versions) to set different browsers to launch for different accounts?
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Andyf
01 April 2008
Version: 2.0
Is there an alternate download link? I can't get to http://threetree.net - timeout every time I try.
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gcoghill
22 June 2006
Version: 1.0
This thing seems cool, but it keeps trying to grab all my unread emails (there's like 4,000+ - I am lazy about reading everything) and it just takes forever to load. Needs a limiter pref (this week/last 50 emails whatever).
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5
Moogle
26 April 2006
Version: 1.0
This widget has an elegant, intuitive UI, and does exactly what it claims. Very nice!
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4.25
Anonymous
06 September 2005
Version: 1.0
Sometimes I get errors when trying to view the widget and it asks to be reloaded with Command + R
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Anonymous
30 August 2005
Version: 1.0
Great app, I love it! But I am just wondering, by giving username+pass to it am I going to get spam?
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4.75
Anonymous
23 August 2005
Version: 1.0
One of the best widgets available. Trully the best to check gmail :)
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4.5
matt
20 July 2005
Version: 1.0
i have tried all the gmail widgets. this is by far the best: 1) the most polished graphics 2) intuitive and clean UI 3) fully customizable 4) small footprint thanks for a super useful widget!
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5
Anonymous
19 July 2005
Version: 1.0
This is why I love widgets! Useful, works as advertised, nice interface that's customizable. Nice work. Right now I can't think of any features to add, it's just a nice, easy solution to the inconvenience of keeping a web browser open all the time.
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