It’s way too easy to lose control of your inbox. Even if you practice good email hygiene, all the updates from work, friends, and advertisers makes for a constant struggle to stay on top, so many people just give up.
Google just rolled out its latest Gmail and Google Voice updates on iOS.
Users can look forward to big improvements, particularly in Voice, which now sports a brand new design. iPhone owners even get their hands on it ahead of those on Android.
You can now disable conversation view inside the official Gmail app for iOS.
Google has added the option to view messages individually because some people prefer this, it says. Users already have the ability to toggle conversation view on the web.
Gmail got a lot of awesome new features during its recent redesign, but there’s a big one that’s still missing. Email scheduling has never been an option for those who choose Google as their email provider — at least not without the help of a third-party service.
But that could soon change.
Privacy is a hot-button issue in 2018, and the latest target is Google after it was revealed that developers of third-party apps can read your Gmail messages.
The thing is, you gave the application permission to do that. You just don’t remember. Or weren’t paying attention.
Some of us need to have email notifications enabled, but we don’t want our iPhone to ping every time a spam message hits out inbox. Gmail just got a big notifications upgrade that solves this problem.
Its official iOS app now uses artificial intelligence to provide notifications for your most important emails only.
After trying dozens of email apps over the past eight years, Astro is the best email app I’ve come across, and the first that I both recommend and enjoy using.
Google has begun rolling out a big Gmail update for iPhone and iPad, adding the ability to snooze emails and send money via Google Pay.
The release comes less than a week after Google confirmed it is bringing Google Pay to Mac and iOS through Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.
Gmail’s sweet new interface is rolling out to users. It offers the familiar simple text-based interface from the Gmail you all know and “love,” but it manages to be both less messy, and more useful. If you want to take it for a spin, then switching it on is easy.
Google Inbox will finally be optimized for iPhone X “soon,” according to a new report.
Google has been working hard to update its most important iOS apps for Apple’s flagship smartphone since it made its debut last November — but Inbox, its nicest Gmail client, has somehow been neglected. Now that Gmail’s big redesign is out of the way, that’s set to change.