June 6, 2013

Gmail Update Coming in the Next Few Weeks, Brings Revamped UI

Gmail Update

Now it’s official! According to an official posting on Gmail Blog, the Gmail application developed by Google will soon receive an update that will revamp the its user interface. After the Google I/O 2013 event closed its gates, the rumor mill started to speculate that Gmail will receive a major update soon and these rumors are now officially confirmed.
Gmail is not the only Google application that has received attention from the Mountain View-based search engine giant, because both Google Calendar and Google Play Music will enjoy warmly welcomed updates.
Regarding the Google app client for Gmail, which is available both for Android and iOS, it will receive radical changes in terms of user interface. Just like it happened with the Google Calendar update, the Gmail update will come with different color codes for different types of emails, which will be customized by the users in order to fit their needs.
The new menu for Inbox of the Gmail application was designed to better integrate with the latest user interface changes that were made to the Android operating system. Besides looking better, the new Gmail application will be a lot easier to use, courtesy of the newly introduced elements that facilitate email sorting.
According to the Gmail Blog post, the Gmail app update will roll out in phases, and the new changes will affect both the desktop interface and it will be available for Android and iOS as well.
Google hasn’t announced the exact that when the Gmail update will be officially rolled out, but the search engine giant mentioned in the blog post that the upgraded Gmail application will become available for download in the coming weeks.
Take a look at the “Meet Gmail’s New Inbox” presentation video below then feel free to share your thoughts with us in the comments section. Also don’t forget to stay tuned as Android Geeks will return with fresh details about the Gmail app update.



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