Gmail is one of the most widely used and reliable emailing services in the world. Google’s own email platform has grown to be one of the most widely used and acclaimed such mediums, and those that appreciate it range from big businesses to college students and regular people. Yes, Gmail has it all, and no matter what your emailing needs are, it’s got you covered (at least for the most part).
Another great advantage of Gmail is how safe it is. Seeing as how most emailing platforms have turned into valuable security nightmares over the course of the last five years or so (we’re looking at you, Yahoo! Mail), it’s a real accomplishment that Gmail has managed to stay relatively shielded from malware attacks and hacking. Of course it had its issues, but what platform doesn’t?
Gmail for Android Update
And now for the star of our show, the Gmail app. The Gmail app for Android just got a new update, and it brings one important tweak. Although the app isn’t changed much overall, the archiving interface in the Gmail app is now slightly better and smoother. If you use Gmail on your phone, then you know that swiping on email archives it. Well, this feature still exists following the update, but visually the process is a bit tweaked.
There is now an undo button at the bottom of the screen, which enhances the app’s functionality and accessibility a lot if you ask us. The update makes second hand usage of your app a thing because you need to use your thumb to press the undo button. What do you think about this new Gmail for Android app update? Did you get it yet? Let us know what your thoughts are in the comment section below.