Google Updates GMail for Android with Improvements for All OS Versions

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  • 19 Mar 2013
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  • Since the launch of Android version 4.2 GMail has seen some highly appreciated improvements, including swipe to delete / archive and auto-fit / zoom emails. Wishing to further expand the list of improvements, GMail’s new version has it all.


    With the Android fragmentation such a big issue right now there is little hope that the change for the better will come anytime soon. This developers are forced to take advantage of the new versions of the OS that is without forgetting to make benefit for the other versions of Android. It is the only way to keep the users satisfied and Google seems to have a good idea of it.


    GMail has been updated to include improvements for all the versions of the Android OS. Jelly Bean users can now take advantage of the expandable notifications to reply or archive emails without having to access the app. For the other versions the search engine has been improved with greater speed and general performance improvements. Here is the complete changelog:

    Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and up:
    • Reply, archive or delete from notifications – no need to open the app
    Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and up:
    • Faster search, even when you’re offline
    • Bug fixes and performance improvements
    Android 2.2 and up:
    • New Labels API for 3rd-party app developers
    • Performance improvements

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