Today, Apple released an update for the Mail app on OS X Mavericks. According the update description, the patch addresses compatibility issues with Gmail, fixes some bugs and improves overall app stability.
Gmail for iOS update brings enhanced attachment experience, better integration with Google Drive and Google+
Google has released an update for Gmail app for iOS.
The update brings what the company says is “enhanced attachment experience” and better integration with Google apps such as Google Drive and Google+, so links will launch the relevant apps if they’re installed.
Last week, Google had announced a redesigned Gmail Inbox for the desktop and mobile, that lets users easily browse through various kinds of emails by grouping them into tabs.
While it has been slowly rolling out the new Gmail Inbox on the web, it has just released an update for Gmail’s iOS app that brings the new inbox to iPhone and iPad.
Have you noticed issues with Gmail push notifications over ActiveSync on your iPhone for the last few days? For example: mails don’t arrive for hours at a time and then you get them suddenly in one go.
You are not alone as it seems that the issue is indeed affecting users who have setup Gmail or Google Mail on their iOS device using Google Sync (Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync).
Google has just released an update for its Gmail app for iPhone and iPad.
Gmail version 2.2.7182 brings new features such as better integration with other Google iOS apps such as YouTube, Google Maps and Chrome and ability to sign out from a single account instead of having to sign out of all accounts at once.
If you use the native Gmail app instead of the Mail app for your Gmail or Google Apps account then download the new version that has just been released in the App Store.
Google rolled out the redesigned Gmail web app yesterday. Google says that the redesigned user interface was inspired by Gmail native app for iPhone and iPad.