Gmail for Android updated with new UI and Multi-Tab features
After weeks of speculations and beta testings, the new Gmail 4.5 update is finally here. The update brings with it a host of significant new features including a revamped UI with the the all new multiple-tabbed interface bridging the gap between its desktop compatriot and the mobile app. One of the most significant features of the new update includes the similar looking five tabs that are currently found in the desktop version in addition to a new slide-out navigation interface. Another cool new addition includes the “pull to refresh” option similar to the one present in the official Twitter app for Android which is going to be loved by a vast majority of people.
The update according to an official Google statement is said to be rolling out today automatically in the Google Play Store and for those who cannot seem to download it from there can download from one of our mirror links. With this new update, Google have seemed to re-incarnate a new lease of life in one of the most widely used Android apps in the world. How did you find it ? Share in your thoughts with us.
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, new UI, Pull to Refresh Option
Android 2.2 and up:
• New Labels API for 3rd-party app developers
• Performance improvements