Accessing Gmail on your Android device has been made much simpler with the advent of the Gmail app.
Almost a hundred million users all over the world have already installed the application and are in great advantage.
In the play store, it has been designated as a recommended application and despite the launch of a more simplified program to access Gmail called ‘Inbox’ launched recently by Google, the number of users using the Gmail app is still very high.
The reasons behind this are mainly high rate of responsiveness, speed, user friendly interface and a reliable service.
The latest version of Gmail app is a mandate for people who are active users of this application. This is because of many reasons.
One of the major reasons why you should have the latest version of the application on your phone is because it allows for the integration of various platforms.
This means that whether you have an account with Gmail or yahoo or outlook, you will be able to manage and operate them all with the Gmail app.
You need not install different mail apps for different accounts. All mails can be checked from one single application and all can be replied to from one app.
The second reason why you must make sure that you have the latest version installed is because the app now comes with a layout that is far more improved than the previous versions.
This was a welcome change because the layout was a little cluttered and all this days, it was an ignored feature in their development efforts.
However, now the application’s new version has imparted a look which is much simpler, with all mails in the list format and a number of options available.
The boring interface has been done away with and now the application looks much trendier than before. The look mirrors the desktop version of the mail client and come to think of it, using this on the mobile is a much better experience.
The latest update also justifies its installation with the third reason, that is better categorization of mails.
The desktop version of the mail client generally categorizes mails into Primary, Social and Promotional mails.
A similar arrangement can now be seen in the mobile version as well, making it easier for you to segregate mails on the basis of their nature and save you from the hassles of looking into a cluttered inbox.