Nothing stays private on the internet, and the least so firmware and APKs that are eagerly anticipated by hordes of frenzied Nexus warriors.
A leaked promotional video for an unreleased Gmail update reveals a redesigned user interface and built-in support for Outlook and Yahoo email accounts.
According to the Russian media, a list of several million usernames and passwords has leaked, though many either content older passwords or are deactivated accounts.
Google’s list of acquisitions extends to lengthy measures intervals, but their latest purchase happens to be a very interesting and exciting one.
The newest Gmail feature is simple, yet amazingly effective – an unsubscribe link has been added right next to the email sender information.
Google is aiming to shorten the distance between cultures by adding better character support to Gmail. Non-latin and accented characters are now supported!
The main feature in the update is the new ability to insert a file from your Drive account into the email, so the recipient can click on it and be taken to the Drive version.
For a while now, Google has been breaking pieces of functionality from stock Android and releasing them as standalone apps in the Play Store. Now it’s time for the Email app that ships with all stock devices to make its Play Store debut.
Google is continuing its quest to turn Now into a truly helpful virtual assistant, with the latest update bringing the ability to offer event suggestions based on the content of your emails.
This week we talk about more Google apps redesigns, a new Galaxy S5 feature, some app stats, Watch Dogs, and more Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week!