Users Can Now Set Gmail As Their Default Mail App On iOS 14

Google will now let users set Gmail as the default mail App on their iPhones and iPad. Before that, Google had rolled out a bunch of updates to support the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system.

Version 6.0.200825 of Gmail for iOS is now available on the App Store. You will see an in-app prompt to set the App as the default iOS mail client. Otherwise, you can manually visit Settings>Gmail. In case you delete your iOS Mail App, Gmail (or any other third-party app installed) will be automatically set as the default mail App. Read More

Google Services – Including Gmail, Drive, Docs – Get Temporarily Disrupted Worldwide

According to Google’s G Suite Status Dashboard, many of its services including Gmail, Drive, Docs, Meet, Chats, Groups, Keep, and Voice got disrupted this Thursday morning. Google has assured that the issues have been fixed. Its dashboard has also been updated to show that everything is now fully functional.  Read More

Google Makes Work From Home More Convenient With G Suite Business Integration

Google is creating an integrated workspace environment for G Suite business users. The tech giant announced that it is unifying core communication medium like Chat, Meet, Rooms and Gmail on desktop and mobile. The update will be made available in the G Suite Early Adopter Program and roll out to all G Suit customers later this year. Google integrated Meet into Gmail in May as part of its response to virtual meetings becoming a new way of working. As far as the new update is concerned, the aim is to avoid constant switching between different communication modes. So, the company is bringing email, chat, voice or video together at one place, with Gmail being the focal point. Google says that the integration will let users to “quickly join a video call from a chat, forward a chat message to your inbox, or create a task from a chat message.” Read More

Gmail on iPad Will Finally Allow Users To Multitask With The Split-View Feature

Technology has proved to be of significant help in enabling users to multitask and get a lot done at once. Google’s latest update for Gmail on iPad will finally support Split-Screen mode, allowing you to keep the Gmail pane functioning on one side of the screen and simultaneously keep other apps active on the other side of the screen. You no longer have to open a full screen to scan through your mails or send a quick reply in between doing something else on your iPad. The feature will work with iOS apps that support split-view multitasking.

Google introduced the feature saying, “When using an iPad, you’re now able to multitask with Gmail and other iOS applications. You can use Gmail and Google Calendar at the same time with Split View to check your schedule before replying to an email to confirm a meeting time. Or, you can easily drag and drop pictures from Google Photos into an email without leaving Gmail”. Read More

Now Get All The Relevant Info From Gmail On The Google Pay App

Google is making things easier for the millions of Gmail users by integrating this service into its other utility Apps. Google Pay is the recent App that has added a separate Gmail tab into the user’s account. This means that the Google Pay user will be able to check all the relevant information such as tickets, boarding passes, coupons, loyalty cards from their Gmail within the App itself. Read More

Gmail Includes Email Scheduling And Smart Compose Features On 15th Birthday

Gmail has turned 15 today and it continues to be a major force in how people communicate and connect around the world. On this occasion, the company has added two new features for its users. One is the Smart Compose feature that will help you compose the emails if you are stuck and the other is the Email Scheduling feature that is very useful if you don’t want to send the mails immediately. Read More