Google Makes Changes to Gmail for iPhone Browser
Google recently rolled out a change to Gmail's behavior in the iPhone Safari browser. Google says it has fixed the floating action bar, as well as improved the speed of the web app. Google suggests users clear their cache to access the new features.
Gmail for Android Gains Microsoft Exchange Support
Google today said the global Android Gmail app is set to add support for Microsoft Exchange. "Whether you're on Google Apps or Exchange, you can use the Gmail app on any Android device to send and receive mail," said Google in a blog post.
Gmail for iOS Adds Drive File Sharing
Google today rolled out an update for its Gmail app for iOS devices. The update carries over a feature given to the Android app earlier this month: the ability to share files from Google Drive.
Google Brings Google Assistant to the iPhone
Google today announced Google Assistant for the iPhone. The app can respond to voice input and take action for a wide variety of tasks.
Gmail Adds 13 Languages to Browser App
Google today added support for 13 more languages to the mobile browser-based version of Gmail for feature phones. Gmail users can now read their email in Afrikaans, Azerbaijani, Chinese, French, Zulu, and others.
Gmail for iOS Updated with Undo Send
Google today made a new version of Gmail available to iOS devices and the refreshed email app boasts new features and performance improvements. To start, Gmail for iOS now includes the Undo Send tool from Inbox that gives people a short opportunity to recall emails before they are pushed out.
Why does Google bother?
Really... am I going to use this instead of the built in Mail app on my iPhone?
Most wouldn't--but some folks like to do things differently.