Google Lets Android and iOS Users Ditch Threaded Gmail Conversations
Google today is updating its Gmail mobile app for Android and iOS in order to bring feature parity with the web version. On the web, Gmail users can disable the threaded conversation view of emails. Now, this is possible on mobile devices. Google says users who’ve turned off conversation view on the web should automatically experience the same view on their mobile phone. Conversation view can also be toggled off manually via the settings menu. The Gmail mobile app is free to download from the Google Play Store and iTunes App Store.
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