Gmail App For Android Gets Update

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Google has just pushed an update to its Gmail App for Android platform. This update is mainly for Android Ice Cream Sandwich devices and comes with some bug fixes along with performance improvements.

Gmail app for Android gets update

Now Gmail App supports 7 inch tablets and working fine on tablet devices. Before this update, Gmail for tablet was not running good.
Gmail is the most popular email service after Hotmail with millions of users. And it was surprising that it did not support 7 inch devices before this update. If you are using a 7 Inch tablet then your experience of using Gmail Android app will be surely increased.

For devices running on Android 2.2 and up, it comes with new labels API for third-party app developers. To provide yo better email service, app also improves scrolling and animation features. Now you will free a different kind of experience on the tablet. Smartphone owners will only enjoy bug fixes.

Gmail app for Android also supports multiple account within the app. So you can check emails of all your different Gmail accounts simultaneously. It also supports offline mode so that users can check their emails while they are not connected to the internet. They can also reply emails while they are offline. Reply to those emails will be sent when their device will be connected to the internet.

One more thing to note that this update has arrived just after the launch of Google’s 7 inch tablet Google Nexus 7. So we can say that this update is pushed to provide better experience to Nexus users.

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