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Gmail 5.0 for Android

Google is reportedly all set to roll out a considerably revamped version of its Gmail app for Android, with a pre-unlock construct of the overhauled app doing the rounds of the internet. Most notably, the Gmail 5.0 app now supports a couple of bills from totally different email suppliers.

Mentioned via Android Police, the brand new Gmail v5.0 app for Android may also be considered in what seems to be a video through Google that introduces the brand new options for returning users. The video says the new app brings “all of the options you’re keen on with a recent new seem to be.”

The video adds, “that you would be able to get entry to different email bills like Yahoo Mail, Outlook.com, and more,” and displays that customers can switch bills in Gmail 5.0 via swiping, or choosing the account from the dropdown.

Aside from the significant new means to make stronger a couple of e mail bills from suppliers as opposed to Google, the new Gmail app is viewed to sport a revamped new interface, with new round compose button on the bottom of the currently open mailbox, a brand new ship button, a brand new accounts menu, and new round avatars for contacts, aside from new iconography.

Gmail 5.0 for Android Spotted; Supports Outlook, Yahoo, and Other Accounts

 

The file says the brand new Gmail v5.0 app for Android is predicted to roll out alongside the public liberate of Android 5.0 Lollipop early next month. The e-newsletter shouldn’t be offering the apk file to obtain for a transformation, and chief editor Artem Russakovskii says it can be signed with “test-keys and is pre-liberate.”

Google in August added a brand new feature to its Gmail internet-interface, bringing a new Hangouts tab that permits customers to look which of their contacts are on-line 1st, before the offline contacts.

The Mountain View-based firm launched the updated Android 5.0 developer preview pictures for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 over the weekend, alongside the whole unencumbered of the Android 5.0 SDK with last apis.