Gmail for Android 4.2 Leaks, Features Pinch to Zoom and Swipe to Archive/Delete (Video)

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  • 12 Oct 2012
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  • With Android 4.2 being part of so many recent rumors lately, we could have seen this coming: a leak of Gmail for Android 4.2 has just appeared. The app has been caught on camera by the folks of Android Police, who also published some screenshots and details about the new version of the app.

    Gmail’s most important new features are pinch to zoom and the brand new swipe to archive feat, shown in the video below. The video was taken on a Galaxy Nexus with Android 4.1, so it doesn’t just cover Android 4.2. Gmail version 4.2 offers you the option to swipe to archive or delete, a feature that works like the notifications area, where you swipe away messages from the inbox. The function is configurable, with options allowing yout o change the swipes to “No effect”, “Archive or delete” and “Always Delete”.

    The default is “Archive or delete”, that will archive swiped messages when you’re in the inbox area, plus delete swiped messages when you’re in All Mail or Sent. And finally, another new feature is one that allows you to report a message as phishing, which is pretty cool. The APK can’t be shared just yet, but expect it to leak soon.

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    SOURCE: Android Police
    VIA: Engadget
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