Gmail for Android gets All Inboxes view, threaded conversations for all accounts …

31 Mar 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Gmail For Android Gets A Combined Inbox View, Better Search.

Gaming execs: Join 180 select leaders from King, Glu, Rovio, Unity, Facebook, and more to plan your path to global domination in 2015. With Android 5.0 Lollipop, Gmail the application became the generic mail client for Android, meaning you can funnel your Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, Exchange, POP3, and IMAP mail all to a single app.Android: If you’re tired of switching between your accounts just to see all your new email, Gmail has finally added a unified inbox view that shows all your messages, from all accounts, in one place. The Official Gmail Blog just announced that, starting today, an “All Inboxes” option will show up in the Gmail for Android navigation drawer (presumably, this requires an app update).

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. The free email service had roughly 425 million monthly active users as of 2012, making it one of the leading webmail services in the U.S., along with Yahoo and Microsoft’s Outlook (which was merged with Hotmail in 2013). And, finally, the updated Gmail client picks up better auto-complete in search, more responsive animations, larger attachment previews, and quicker saving to Drive.

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. As Gmail has grown over the years, users have suffered through occasional service disruptions, but those issues are usually resolved within the same day.

However, as Google has continued to tie more of its other services into the free webmail service — such as Google Calendar, Hangouts (chat) and even search — the reliability of the Gmail has become an increasingly vital issue for frequent users of the service. Third-party mail (Exchange, Outlook, Yahoo, etc.) stays on a third-party server, and Gmail on Android just downloads the mail to your device and displays it.

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