gmailGoogle today updated its Gmail for iOS application to model 3.0, including both simplified sign-ins and background application refresh. With the new upgrade, Gmail will utilize iOS 7’s background refresh capacities to fetch mail even when the app is closed.

Prior to the upgrade, customers might get alerts when new mail was obtained, but opening the application was called for to download the messages.

The application additionally supports a streamlined sign-in that enables individuals to sign into all Google apps when signing into a single application such as Charts, Drive, Chrome, or Gmail.

Ambient app refresh: Gmail now gets your mail also when it is not open so it will be awaiting you when you open up the application. Needs iOS 7 and at the very least one kind of alert (badge, alert, or banner) to be switched on.

Simplified sign-in: Authorizing into Google Apps such as Gmail, Maps, Drive and Chrome simply acquired less complicated. Indicator in to one, and you’ll be signed in to all automatically.

Note: In many cases, you could require to sign-in to Gmail again after this update.

Gmail can be downloaded from the App Store free of charge. [Direct Link]

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