Google Updates Gmail for iOS – Adds Ability to Swipe Between Messages, More

Posted in Apple News, Apps, iOS on 27/03/2013 by Chris Hauk


Google has released version 2.1 of its Gmail app for iOS, adding swipe controls to allow you to move back and forth between emails without returning to the inbox.



Edit mode is now initiated when a message in the inbox is selected, allowing users to quickly organize emails into folders and add labels from the action bar at the top of the screen.

While in edit mode, just tap on messages to select them and then choose to archive, delete, or more, from the new actions bar. Just select ‘Cancel’ at any time to leave edit mode.

The update also includes the ever popular enhancements and bug fixes.

Gmail for iOS is available FREE in the App Store. [DIRECT LINK]


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