The Gmail for Android app has received a new update. Usually it wouldn’t be that big of a deal when an email client gets an update, but this is perhaps the biggest overhaul it has seen since the Material Design UI update late last year.
Google has finally decided to add a unified mailbox feature to the app, which lets you have a peek of mail from all your accounts in one place, rather than looking for them individually through accounts.
Apart from this crucial addition, Google is also bringing a more streamlined conversations view for accounts like Outlook and Yahoo. Google recently added the ability for non-Gmail accounts to access the app, so this new addition goes a long way in improving the user experience for those using Yahoo or Outlook accounts.
It is also said that Google has improved the autocorrect function on the Gmail search box, so you shouldn’t have much trouble looking for old mail and other items. The update is currently Android only and is yet to roll out to iOS devices.
Source: Gmail Blog
Via: The Verge