Google's Gmail app hits the Android Market, with quoted text and Priority Inbox
As far as Priority Inbox -- Google's latest attempt at making email organization easier and more automatic -- this version of the Android app dips its toes in the pool, but it doesn't dive all the way in. If you've turned on Priority Inbox in the desktop version of Gmail, the Android version will show you a separate label for the messages Priority Inbox has deemed "important." The other sorting features -- like marking a message more or less important -- aren't included yet.
The Gmail update is in the Android Market now, for users of Android 2.2 Froyo and up, which means you're good to go if you have a Nexus One, EVO, Droid, or Droid 2. Plus, the fact that it's in the Android Market also means that Gmail is no longer tied to Android's OS update schedule, so new features can be added to the app without waiting for an entirely new version of Android OS.