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A funny, cool animated Gmail Notifier

[b²] Gmail Notifier is a new application that will alert you about new email messages with cool animations.

The animations look very funny and there are different animations to select or can be downloaded from the online gallery.

[b²] Gmail Notifier will sit on the system tray and automatically check for new messages every 30 seconds or as per your settings.

The animations appear when you receive new emails in your inbox. Clicking on the ‘M’ icon will open your mail inbox.

Based on Adobe Air (required Adobe air runtime installed on your computer) it works on Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems.

Currently [b²] Gmail Notifier is in alpha stage and supports only one email account. Download [b²] Gmail Notifier


  1. Yes it is too coool..........

  2. I have downloaded after reading about it here, pretty cool! :)

  3. Cool, but always under the windows. No option to show on top.


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