Apple is a lovable beast, and a brilliant hype machine. As such, it can be easy to see new features in iOS only as miraculous pearls of innovation. But in the broad light of day, and the broader light of the technology world, Apple is no longer the unrivalled talismanic leader. In case you needed proof — remember when Notification Center was added with iOS 7? You know the custom keyboard and social extensions that have arrived with iOS 8? They were all preceded by direct equivalents on Android.
Inbox by Google was announced at the tail-end of October, and the invite-only email app quickly grew in popularity immediately after. Now, Google is ready to share the wealth. But only for a limited time.
Google is not shy when it comes to announcing new apps or services, and on Wednesday, October 22, the search giant did just that with Inbox.
With bigger displays for the iPhone lineup now official, apps are still being updated to address the bigger real estate. Gmail for iOS is one of those apps that has been updated to support the newest iPhones.
Google is testing some great features in an upcoming version of the Gmail Android app, that make email handling much easier, especially for those with huge inboxes.
Google today updated the Gmail for iOS app to version 3.0 with a couple of new features, support for iOS 7’s Background App Refresh, and a single sign-in system.
Google has issued an important notice to Gmail users informing them that a bug may have caused some users to inadvertently delete or mark emails as spam.
The Verge reports that the issue seems to have affected users using Gmail’s iOS app, Gmail’s mobile web app and the offline version of Gmail.
How to Disable Gmail integration with Google+ that allows anyone to email you without your email address
Google recently added a new feature in Gmail that lets any Google+ user send you an email even if they don’t know your email address. Google’s decision to add the feature was quite controversial, more so because it is enabled by default for all Gmail users. In this post, we show you how you can disable this.
Google is flicking the switch on a new Google + feature that’ll send a shiver down your spine, especially if you are the private type that likes to keep your friends close and everyone else at arm’s length. An new Google+ and Gmail feature, that is turned on by default, allows you to receive an email from any Google + user, even if they do not have your gmail address in their contact list.
Gmail app gets visual update for iOS 7, iPad app gets new navigation bar to switch accounts and more
Google has just released an update for the Gmail app for iOS.
The Gmail app for iPhone and iPad gets a visual update for iOS 7.