- Google Gmail users with an iPhone or iPad treated to a major update of the mail app. The company calls it 'the biggest update in four years.' The new Gmail app is mostly taken care of in terms of looks considerably.
Who ever Android device sees past will recognize the design of Gmail for iOS. Google has its 'Material Design' interface implemented in Gmail and therefore have large red buttons and text boxes made their onset. Material Design was already deployed include Google apps on iOS, including Inbox, Google Maps, and Google Calendar.
Incidentally, the update brings not only graphical innovation, Google also has some new features added to the app. It is possible to cancel a sent email. You'll need to be quick with it, as it can but was sent to a few seconds after the mail. iOS has this one first because Google has it 'undo feature unreleased Android. Further, the improved search within the app, and you can now delete or archive emails by swiping.