Google found itself in hot water with complaints from the public over privacy concerns about Gmail, the company’s popular email client. The search giant has responded on its blog as things were getting out of hand.
For the second time in a few months, Google is pushing an app update out to Gmail that brings new features. Gmail is arguably the best choice for managing email on the go, and with new features constantly being added to improve the user experience, it’s widening its lead over competing email clients.
Google has been in the news quite a bit recently with a slew of updates ahead of its big show in May. One of the anticipated announcements at the event was a much-needed cross-platform makeover for the super popular Gmail email client. Now we know the search giant won’t be releasing it at the show, because the update is rolling out now to some.
With Google I/O 2018 already scheduled for May, the search giant is warming us up by releasing a whole lot of updates. A new update is expected to arrive cross-platform and be the biggest one we’ve seen of late. Gmail, one of Google’s email clients, is about to get a much-needed makeover with new features and a refreshed design.
Google is always thinking of new ways it can improve its apps and services, and this week, a major update rolled out to Gmail for Android and web customers.
Google has put out an update for its Gmail client on Android and web. New is one major addition, payments.
Google has a minor update its pushing to Gmail on both web and mobile platforms. Users will now be notified of potentially harmful incoming emails before you open them.
The latest update to Google’s Inbox by Gmail email client is a big one. New to the app in version 1.29 are integrated Trello, GitHub support and Google Alerts.