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Gmailfor Android

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Email may be one of the oldest forms of online communication but it's still relevant to today's modern cyber lifestyle. Since email is a service you use every single day (for either personal or work purposes), you're bound to find the most suitable email services and apps to accompany your online data sharing needs. If you're an Android user, you're probably familiar with your device's default webmail app, which is the popular Gmail App.  Easy to use, the email mobile app guarantees the fastest, safest, and most secure online delivery of your messages. It may be from the family of trusted services, but is it as good as the Gmail application you use on your desktop?

All-white redesign

A simple, reliable, and quick email app for your mobile devices which is suitable for your everyday emailing needs.

The app is quite simple but nonetheless powerful and reliable, coming from the family of services offered by one of the most trusted names in the industry. By downloading the app on your mobile devices, you can now use your email account(s) whenever you want at any time!

Shifting through various email accounts is made easier by the app's feature which allows you to manage messages from multiple accounts which include (but not limited to) Yahoo Mail and Microsoft Outlook. You can easily go from your personal email to your business email with just one click. The app also stacks your messages automatically regarding the subject of your received emails. It will not only save you from scrolling endlessly through your long list of conversations but it will also remind you about your recent discussions. The app will work perfectly with your business objectives since it lets you upload file attachments up to 25 MB per mail and offers a generous 15 GB of free storage. Don't worry about sharing your sensitive information through the app since it constantly updates its system to remove up to 99% of online threats that may put your cybersecurity and data privacy at risk.

Check out these other benefits offered by the mobile app: Easy organization of emails by archiving, labeling, starring, deleting, and reporting spam messages. Respond to Google Calendar invites right through the app. Get real-time notifications of new emails through notification center, badge, and lock screen options. Reply quickly with precision by using Smart Compose Search. Save important contact details through Google Contacts. Swipe right to directly archive/delete messages. Read your mail through threaded conversations. Undo sent messages within 5 seconds. Spam messages are blocked immediately before reaching your inbox

The app has undergone a major interface redesign, going from the app's classic, familiar red menu bar to a full stark, white background. This all-white redesign has brought forth a lot of advantages to app users. For instance, the white background makes the colors used in labels stand out much more easily. Instead of the bright red pencil icon, you will now have to press a multi-colored + icon to start composing your messages. Your photos, documents, and other attachments will be displayed in your conversation list, allowing for easier access. Overall, the app's interface is rather simplistic (but it seems like it was purposely created that way); app's revamped look may feel definitely though, a little more modern and business-like. Unfortunately for certain app users, the app still doesn't support dark mode.

Where can you run this program?

The latest released version of the app is now available for grabs.  Get the mobile app for your Android devices by simply downloading it. The app can also be supported on iOS devices such as iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad.

Is there a better alternative?

Other than the popular counterparts of Gmail mobile app such as Microsoft Outlook, there are a lot of surprisingly better alternative free webmail apps for you to explore. One of these is BlueMail, a free universal email app capable of managing an unlimited number of mail accounts from a wide variety of clients including Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Microsoft Outlook and Office 365, and other POP3, IMAP, and/or Exchange accounts. It also allows smart push notifications and group emailing while still enabling customization over multiple email accounts. The app comes with fun stuff you may be interested in, like Android Wear support, configurable menus, and even a dark theme (which is popular among mobile users). Overall, it's powerful and completely free. Other than some minor security issues (it is best to read their privacy policy before signing up), it is one of the best email management apps available for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS devices, and Amazon.

Our take

The mobile app is one of the excellent choices for Android users primarily since it comes pre-installed on most Android devices. Aside from the main functions of email apps such as allowing you to read and write emails from your mobile devices, the app also includes most of the options you can find in Gmail for desktops. The app supports various inbox settings and multiple accounts. It may not be perfect, as it strangely lacks  certain functional features that its counterparts  already offered, but its speed and convenience are still unparalleled up to this day. If you want a simple, reliable, and quick email app for your mobile devices, then the app is practically made just for you.

Should you download it?

Only if you're using Gmail as your primary webmail on your desktop. This mobile app is designed especially for Gmail users to sync and conveniently use their email accounts in their mobile Android devices. If you're looking for a better alternative for your iOS devices such as your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad, then you can try downloading Microsoft Outlook which has a more appealing interface design. 

Gmailfor Android

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