Users of iPhones and iPads can now take advantage of a new Gmail widget that shows the three most recent messages that are in your inbox.
Gmail users can now join and start video and voice calls right from within the Gmail app, Google has confirmed.
Google has launched a number of iOS updates including a new inbox widget for Gmail and Picture-in-Picture support for Google Meet.
The Gmail app on iPhone and iPad now has a new Google Chat tab alongside its Meet and Mail tabs.
After months of radio silence, Google has finally added information to its Gmail app for iOS so that it complies with Apple's new privacy labels.
The latest Kiwi for Gmail update adds lots of new features, including browser extension support, full media integration, and more.
After two months without an update to theoretically avoid displaying privacy labels, the Gmail app is now out of date with no update available.
The new widget works on the Today View on both iPhone and iPad as well as the Home Screen on the iPhone for devices running iOS 14.
Highlights include new widgets, new Apple Watch apps, setting a default browser and email app, and privacy features for Google Drive.
A week after Apple rolled out iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 to the public, Google has rolled out default mail app support to the Gmail app.
Apple's Mail app does support Gmail, but the experience could be way better. That's something Mimestream hopes to capitalize on.
Google's reputation for being awfully slow to adding support for new iOS features is well earned but it's now added support for Split View on iPad. And it only took five years.
Google has officially released Dark Mode support for Gmail on both the iPhone and iPad on iOS 13.
The iPhone and iPad Gmail app has now been updated to allow users to block the loading of remote images. In turn, that also prevents email senders from tracking whether an email has been opened.
Available in the Mac App Store, Kiwi for Gmail offers many advantages for both Mac and Windows users, including the ability to use keyboard shortcuts.
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