Gmail 2.0 App For iOS Comes With New Design And Features

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Gmail 2.0 App For iOS Comes With New Design And Features
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Gmail 2.0 App For iOS Comes With New Design And Features

Google has unveiled a new redesigned Gmail app for iOS (iPad and iPhone), which gives you a faster, sleeker, and easier experience on iOS. Google says that the new app has been in the works for last six months.

“With version 2.0 of the app, you’ll get a totally new look and feel, plus a bunch of improvements, like profile pictures in messages, numerous new animations from swivels to transitions and infinite scrolling in the message lists.”

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The new app comes with many time saving features. For example, when you search on the app, you will get autocomplete predictions as you type, think of this as if you get predictions while searching on Google.com. The app also lets users to RSVP to Google Calendar invites, as well as +1 and comment on Google+ posts.

Gmail 2.0 comes with multiple account support. Users can login to up to five Google Accounts from the menu and switch between them with a couple taps.

You can download the app from the App Store, and if you are already using this app, then update this app. Do let us know what you think about this new redesigned and improved Gmail app.

(Via: Gmail Blog)

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