A few days ago we told you that the new Gmail app – that’s going to reportedly be available in Google’s Android 4.2 version once the new Nexus 4 smartphone is launched – has been leaked and is available to install right away.
Before, if you wanted to search, say, your Google Drive, you had to open Google Drive then use the search bar. Then you had to return to Gmail in order to search Gmail. In an effort to consolidate services, Google has updated their search bar to search all of your Google services at once to save time.
On Friday we reported that a leaked APK of the upcoming Gmail 4.2 for Android gave a sneak peek at some of the features on the way. If you want to try the leaked app for yourself, we can tell you how, but take note: you’ll need a rooted device to run it.
Gmail users rejoice! If your gmail productivity has been bogged down by the seemingly clunky interface that Gmail offers, we might soon find a solution with the upcoming Gmail 4.2 for Android. A leaked APK gives us a sneak peek of what the upcomin Gmail release has to offer, including new user interface features.
When Google announced Gmail on April 1, 2004, people thought it was a joke. What company in their right mind would offer users 1 GB of free email? Fast forward to today and we’re not being the least bit hyperbolic when we say that Gmail has become an essential part of our lives. Today Google is announcing that they’re making Gmail even better.
The Internet is used for various tasks and its longevity comes from the careful view that diversity, rather than an overlord with pruning shears, should be the sole life-force. The social experiment has been going strong for sometime now, but things may change for Iranians soon: an officials statement by a man known only as Khoramabadi, has said Google and Gmail will be blocked until further notice.
Users of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 8 who use Gmail or Google Calendar will soon have to upgrade or switch browsers, as Google Apps is dropping support for the aging browser on November 15.
If you live in the USA and you’re worried about someone reading embarrassing emails in your Gmail inbox, you may soon be able to relax a little. In case an amendment proposed by Senate Judiciary... Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-VT) passes, police will need a warrant to get access to your email. As it stands now, they can get it by just asking.Introducing the ECPA
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Localization is one of the things that Google does to gain popularity with international users. With 124 languages available for the main Google search product, the Mountain View, CA company is also working on bringing other services to different language.
Remember those canned replies to text messages on feature phones? This is exactly that idea, but this time, it’s for Gmail. It’s not the best answer to the problem of having little time to sit down and crafting an email, but it’s the best we have for now.