Google just made enhancements to the Gmail mobile sign in on iOS devices with some focus being given to storage. The latest update takes the Gmail email app to version 3.14159, and along with it you won’t get storage problems when using the app for sending files.
Within the release notes, Google make it clear that this update won’t waste “bandwidth” and will “save space” on your device. This is thanks to a few new Gmail abilities on iPhone and iPad, which include saving attachments to Google Drive and being able to embed files from Google Drive directly into messages.
Other features include a settings enhancement for changing your profile picture, and also new account management settings that allow users to hide certain email accounts from Gmail, but obviously not remove them from your iOS device.
Do you prefer to use the Gmail mobile sign in and has this update brought the new features you wanted? We’ve also heard about a few users having Gmail account sign in problems when using this app as their main email, although the tweets we’ve seen might be from a small percentage of users and these issues could be related to other connection or networking problems.
Share a comment below with your experience using Google’s mail app and of course if things are better since the July 24th update. You can download the latest version of this app from iTunes.
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