If you’re a Gmail for Android user, you be glad to find out that Google has pushed an update for the application, and brings a lot of new features and improvements to the application.
The new Gmail for Android comes with several new enhancements, and offers improved performance for devices with low memory, which is pretty good for users using the application on entry-level handsets. Additionally, images now show automatically in emails. Previously, Gmail asked users if they want to view images in an email, and show them automatically for specific recipients.
In addition, the updated Gmail for Android also give users the ability to set up vacation responder from the settings, download attachments of any type, the ability to attach multiple files at one in the emails, and more. Here’s the complete changelog for Gmail for Android:
- Images now show automatically
- Set up your vacation responder in Settings
- Send or download attachments of any type, including documents, PDFs, zip files
- (Android 4.3+) Attach multiple files at once
- (Android 4.4) Print emails and attachments
- Enhanced performance for low memory devices
- Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and up.
Head over to the Google Play Store and download the latest Gmail for Android application.
Source: Android Police
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