Google has updated Gmail for iOS and iPadOS with the ability to set it as the default email client.
Google was left out by consumers during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown and they preferred apps like Houseparty and Zoom for video calling their colleagues, family, and friends. So, the company worked on improving its video calling service Google Meet to increase the conference call limit and it is now bringing Google Meet right inside the Gmail app.
Various users across the globe have started reporting that they’re unable to access multiple Google services such as Gmail, Google Drive, and YouTube. This might be the effect of millions of people increasing their internet bandwidth consumption amid the COVID-19 lockdown.
The Gmail for iOS app has received an update that automatically blocks external images in emails from loading. This will help block trackers in emails that load invisible images which help certain email services track whether an email has been opened and viewed or not.
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of Gmail, Google today announced some new features that are soon going to make its way to the service. Google first debuted Smart Compose in Gmail with the Pixel 3 last year and recently expanded it to include some Android devices. Now, the company has announced that it is bringing Smart Compose to more languages — Spanish, French, Italian, and Portuguese and expanding it to more devices.
Almost three weeks after the initial announcement, Google has finally started rolling out the new Gmail app for iOS. The updated app comes with a brand new look that’s much cleaner and easier to browse than the outgoing version.
Google today announced the rollout of a brand new look for Gmail for iOS and Android with a refreshed Material Theme. The new theme is in line with the design and UI aesthetics being used by Google across its other products and services.
Google has brought AI to the Gmail app for iOS to help you notify about only the important emails that land in your inbox. The app will make use of machine learning to recognize and filter emails to send you notifications for emails that arrive in your inbox which it believes would be important for you.
Google yesterday unveiled a brand new interface for Gmail on the web. The redesigned interface streamlines the UI and introduces a side panel for tighter integration with other Google apps and third-party add-ons.
Google today announced a slew of updates for Gmail for G Suite customers. This includes an all-new look for Gmail on the web, advanced security features, ability to snooze emails, tighter integration with G Suite apps, and more.