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Gmail Unveils Unified Email For Android Users

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Gmail Unveils Unified Email For Android Users

Google announce the update of its mobile Gmail app for android device users to allow them to manage multiple email accounts from a single programme.You can use the Gmail app for Android as a single hub for nearly all your webmail accounts. You could do this already by adding accounts to the Gmail app, but now you can view all your disparate inboxes in one steady stream, which has now become the standard mail application for Android Lollipop users. The update brings a great feature that a few other mail applications have offered for some time, which is the ability to display.

“Starting today, you’ll be able to view all your mail at once, regardless of which account it’s from, using the new ‘All Inboxes’ option,” Google has simply named this feature “All Inboxes”, and it’s accessible via the sliding drawer on the left side of the application on smart phones, and the left pane on tablets. Google software engineer Regis Decamps said in a blog post. “This way, you can read and respond to all your messages without having to hop between accounts.”Gmail had allowed users to access multiple accounts from desktop Computer but the new app aims to seamlessly integrate the various email services in a unified inbox with search and preview capability. The popular email app has recently received another major update, which offers multiple new features.

“Now messages from your Yahoo, and other IMAP/POP accounts will get the same special treatment, appearing neatly stacked as one conversation.”

This means you can have all of your email addresses in one place, including Yahoo Mail, Outlook, or even a separate work email Google is also enabling support for displaying threaded conversations on non-Gmail accounts. This means that users who have long email threads on their email accounts from other providers will be able to view them in a single thread, which was previously limited to Gmail accounts. The omission of this feature just seemed like an oversight when third party account support was integrated into Gmail, and it’s good to see Google ensuring parity between the features for Gmail accounts and other providers now that the application acts as the standard Android mail app.


First:- Users can view emails from all their integrated email IDs in one place, irrespective of whether they are using Gmail, Outlook or Yahoo! mail account.

Second:- The second feature is the support for Conversation View for all accounts. This means emails with multiple replies will appear as a single thread rather than clutter the inbox with several separate messages. This feature, useful for power users, was already available for Gmail accounts, but is now being extended to non-Gmail accounts too.

Third:- The auto-complete feature has been improved in this new version of Gmail is the better handling of attachments — users will now see larger attachment previews with the mail, Gmail comes standard with a Google account, and with it you’ll get multiple gigabytes of free storage, and can save with a single tap to their Google Drive cloud storage.

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