Google Updates Gmail For Android With Support For All Email Providers

Android: Google updated the Gmail app today with a few new features including a more modern style and the ability to set up separate inboxes for other email accounts like Yahoo Mail and Outlook.

Gmail's new look comes with sleeker transitions between panes and a more convenient reply button at the bottom of every message you open. Additionally, the app on your Android tablet is easier to use because switching accounts and inboxes is much simpler. The big addition to today's update, however, is the fact that you can now add any email inbox to the Gmail app using POP/IMAP. This means you can have all of your email addresses in one place, including Yahoo Mail, Outlook, or even a separate work email. The app is supported on all Android 4.0+ devices, and is rolling out to the Google Play Store at the link below. If you don't want to wait for the update to push out to you, you can download the 5.0 apk update here.

Gmail [Google Play Store via Official Gmail Blog]


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    I love the holo look but I hate that they always make the contrast to low and the text not dark enough. It's hard to read.

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