Yahoo Updates Mail for Android and iOS with Customizable Swipes
Yahoo today made new versions of Yahoo Mail available to Android and iOS devices. The refreshed email application brings customizable swiping gestures to both platforms. For example, users can set swipes to add stars to individual messages, move them to specific folders, delete messages, or archive them. The Android app gains the ability to reply to incoming notifications and the redesigned multi-select toolbar adds a wider array of actions. The iOS app now lets users see recent attachments when composing emails, as well as create, delete, and organize folders. Yahoo Mail for Android and iOS is free to download from the Google Play Store and iTunes App Store, respectively.
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