Google To Launch Native Gmail App For iOS

Google To Launch Native Gmail App For iOS

According to MG Siegler, Google is working on a native Gmail client for the iPhone, and is “on the verge” of officially releasing the app through the App Store. The app has already been submitted to Apple, and if approved, should be released sometime soon.

Google is on the verge of launching their native Gmail app, multiple sources tell me. In fact, I believe it has already been submitted to Apple for review. If it gets approved, it should be out soon. And I think it’s going to be approved.

The app is expected to include a number of long-awaited features, including support for push email, Gmail’s Priority Inbox and one-click starring of messages. According to the report, Google has already submitted the app for approval, and is awaiting Apple’s decision.


  1. Anonymous says:

    Apple’s mail app already supports push from Gmail. …by the way

    1. Eric says:

      No it doesn’t. It only allows for fetching.

      1. You can find Google’s published instructions for setting up Gmail with the Microsoft Exchange option in iOS. Your e-mail, calendars, and contacts can all be synced automatically, including push e-mail.

  2. خالد says:

    I hope it will get approved

  3. Guest says:

    A lot of people simply don’t know what settings to use. They just choose Gmail which is IMAP instead of Exchange.

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