New Update For Gmail On Android

gmailandroidThe new update for Gmail for Android has been worth waiting for. The new Gmail update lets you save the space on your disk by giving you an option to save attachments on the Google Drive. Saving on Google Drive not only saves space on your device but also makes the file available for download on any other device by logging into Google Drive. Read More

Gmail’s New Interface Leaked, Focuses On Ease of Access

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Geek.com recently uncovered a complete visual overhaul of Gmail’s Web interface, being tested by Google. The images show an extremely clean and minimalistic interface, making it easier to sort, view, and shift through your emails with ease, clearly showing that the update is a balance between ease of access and precision engineering. Read More

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Gmail for iOS Finally Adds Support for Notification Center

After a long time, Google has finally added support for Notification Center on Gmail for iOS. The App allows users to access only Google Mail in an intuitive format and has acquired full credit for its user interface design. When released, Gmail for iOS was a complete disaster. The App was released on the App Store and then even pulled back as it did not function as advertised and contained a lot of bugs. But, Google survived the PR storm and again made it available on the App Store for iOS users. Read More

See How A Mail Travels in Google’s “Story of Send”

vYou’re gonna love this one. Have you ever imagined how a mail travels once you’ve hit the big red button that says “Send” in Gmail? In a latest story, Google explains with incredible interactivity how a mail travels such a long journey within seconds to reach the desired inbox. A lot of things happen along the way, and Google demonstrates it all in this epic “Story of Send”. Read More

Google Announces Gmail Tap, Kills The QWERTY Keyboard

gmail tapGoogle has just announced Gmail Tap, a brand new way for users to type using the Gmail App on their phones. Gmail Tap eliminates the use of a traditional QWERTY keyboard by just placing two keys on the display. Using the concept of Morse code which includes just a dot and a dash, Google has transformed the way users will be able to type using Gmail Tap. Read More