Google has just updated their Android for Gmail app, and this means that you as the end user will be able to enjoy a slew of new features.There are plenty of new features to get excited about, including the ability to save to Google Drive. This means you no longer need to use up precious storage space on your device due to downloading email attachments, but you will be able to save those directly onto Google Drive, that makes it accessible also when you are at the office with a computer but do not have your smartphone with you.
If you were confused by where that delete button went when you updated to the latest version of Android's Gmail app, now you can relax, as it reappeared again.The delete button has reappeared alongside the archive option for quick access, with the another update, that also improves settings for showing both buttons, accessed through the menu icon on the far right corner.Moreover, touching sender images will now let you choose multiple emails in a thread.
Google has released a new version of its mobile Gmail client. GMail for Mobile 2.0 is available for BlackBerry and java handsets, and can be downloaded for free at gmail.com/app (through your mobile browser).Noticeable improvements include: