Gmail on iOS just got a lot faster

Google has actually updated the iOS Gmail app to attend to a pressing worry: the need for rate.

In a post Wednesday revealing the update, Gmail software designer Melissa Dominguez mentioned that the Gmail app now supports “pre-fetching” to ensure that messages are synced prior to you open up the app. To benefit from the function, you should be using
iOS 7 and make certain that you have background application refresh activated.

Equally vital for use, the Gmail app now enables you to make use of single sign-on for Google apps on iOS. This indicates if you sign into Gmail, you’ll additionally be signed into YouTube, Google Maps, Chrome, and Google Drive.

The two modifications will certainly assist Google contend on Apple’s home turf. The default Mail app on iOS will not allow you access Gmail folders, Gmail tags, or save e-mail drafts. At the same time, Google is the only business that has had the opportunity to prevent Apple’s monopoly on default iOS apps by linking its apps with each other. You can establish Web hyperlinks in Gmail to open up in Chrome, chart web links from Chrome to open up in Google Maps, e-mail records from Drive by means of Gmail, and YouTube associated with open in the YouTube application.

Nonetheless, if you like handling a number of e-mail accounts from a solitary application without having to establish e-mails to forward, the Gmail application still will not be for you.

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