Now there are messages flying around, saying that it won't be free anymore from January 28, 2012.
|Image by abulhussain via Flickr|
Thanks to the open approach on the Android Market, there is no missing app there. But the uncertainty remains, whether it will be free forever, or going to cost.
One more reason to stay with the email/GTalk or XMPP combination, which is more flexible and realtime on modern devices. With any attachment. I wrote about this before.