Google has announced that it will let its users easily download Gmail and Google Calendar data. Read on for more details!
While the Gmail for Android app has been free of ads so far, it looks like Google might be changing that in the close future.
This week, the Oppo N1 landed (CyanogenMod in tow), the Galaxy S5 rumor mill began to rev up, Samsung confirmed its curved display phone, Amazon kindled a new Fire, Google updated apps across the board, and controversy irrupted around the region locking of the Galaxy Note 3.
In this week’s episode of Google Play Weekly, we talk about all the things Google updated, the release of Final Fantasy V, and the latest Humble Bundle.
New Gmail for Android app update brings a “cleaner” look to conversation view and other improvements
Google announced that its Gmail for Android app will get a few improvements, including a card-like look for conversation view. Read on for more details!
Consumer Watchdog recently exposed Google for saying that people shouldn’t expect privacy when using Gmail. The Internet, of course, is enraged.
Back in March, Google made the decision to make the resizeable pop-up Compose interface the default for everyone. Now a new option allows users to bring it back to the Compose of old. Sort of.
Angered about Google’s removal of the delete button from the-quick access bar in Gmail? You’ll be happy to know that the button has now returned in a new update!
Whatever our reason for putting messages off, we can now manage our email lives a bit better with Boomerang.
Recently Google introduced Gmail 4.5, choosing to roll it out incrementally. Now it’s Google+ Hangouts turn for a gradual rollout.