Gmail Android app adds unified inbox, conversation view, and smarter search

31 Mar 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Gmail Android app puts all your email in one place.

Google’s latest update to the Android version of the app added a new “all inboxes” view and improved the way email threads are organized for non-Google email accounts. The latest update builds on many of the improvements introduced in the last major update, which added support for email other types of email accounts like Yahoo and Outlook. Given how useful this feature is, it’s surprising that it took Google this long to launch this feature. iOS users, after all, long had this option in the default Apple email client. Gmail now also supports nested email threads from all accounts — so lengthy emails with multiple replies will appear as a single thread, rather than several separate messages.

While Google didn’t say much about how exactly this new auto-complete is better, it looks like this new version knows more about your existing messages and can help offer better auto-complete suggestions based on the content of your email conversations. Another new feature in the app is support for conversation views for messages that don’t come from Gmail (despite the name, Gmail for Android also supports third-party accounts). In today’s update, Google is also promising more responsive animations, larger attachment previews, and the ability to save files to Google Drive with a single tap.

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