Google now lets you save image attachments from Gmail to your Google Photos account with ease. Also, the company rolled out a new Siri shortcut command in Gmail for iOS and iPadOS.
The Gmail app for iOS and Android recently received an update, which unlocked some new features. Google has been merging its services over the years and making things more streamlined. Last year, the company launched a redesigned Gmail app for G-Suite (now WorkSpace) users, which offered easy access to Chat, Rooms, and Meet. Now, these features are available for all users.
You can certainly use the built-in Mail app on your Mac for Gmail. But maybe you’re not a fan of Apple’s Mail app or want other features. And you can access your Gmail online. But this isn’t always convenient for a quick inbox check.
With apps that were developed for use with Google’s Gmail, you can enjoy an experience different than Mail while still using a desktop app instead of the web. If Gmail is your primary email account and you want an app that fits it perfectly, check out these free Gmail apps for Mac.
Social media has become such an integral part of peoples’ day to day lives that you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone without an app from this category on their smartphone or tablet. Be it Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, or something else not listed here, the simple fact is many make use of these online tools in an effort to keep in touch with one another when they’re otherwise out of touch.
While the messaging and sharing tools found in social media are incredibly convenient, one thing that some users may find cumbersome is that they have to launch the app pertaining to the platform they intend to use just to update their status or to send someone a message. That’s one superfluous step that a new jailbreak tweak dubbed Social Composer by iOS developer 0xKUJ attempts to eliminate from the user experience.
With iOS 14, Apple brought with it a more robust widget experience. As such, developers are adopting this new feature to give users even more features.
When Apple announced that iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 would allow users to select a default email app other than Mail, many were elated. While there’s nothing specifically wrong with Mail, some people just prefer a different app with other features.
If you’re one of those people and want to change the default email app on your iPhone or iPad, we’ll show you how. Then when you tap to open an email address or a link that lets you send an email, you can use your preferred app automatically without any extra steps.
iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 added the ability to set your default email client and browser apps. It permits your favorite third-party email or browser app to launch instead of Apple's stock Mail and Safari apps anytime you click an email or web link. This requires not only support from developers who have opted to implement the feature, but also approval from Apple. Several email clients have added support for this capability, including Gmail, Outlook, Spark and Hey.
After recently completing the months-long rollout of Dark Mode in Gmail's iPhone and iPad app, Google has at long last gotten around implementing support for Split View multitasking.
Google Meet is Google's videoconferencing software, meant to be a competitive option to the services like Zoom and others. And now Google is making it available in one of its most popular apps.
Google today updated its Gmail app for iPhone and iPad on the App Store with support for the system-wide Dark Mode that debuted with the iOS 13 release last fall.
The free Gmail app for iPhone and iPad will soon permit customers to upload various attachments straight from Apple's native Files app, Google announced yesterday.
Google has updated its mobile Gmail app for iPhone and iPad with support for dynamic email.