Google Redesigned its Gmail App for Android and iOS

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Nowadays, Google is all set to tweak some changes in the design on all of its products. Previously, Google had rolled out a new and fresh material theme for its Gmail Web and now you may have noticed that recently Google has given some notable changes in Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Sites on the web.

And now, Google is all set to launch a new theme for the Gmail Mobile on Android and iOS. According to a blog post of Google, they are going to release a brand new Material Theme for Gmail Mobile. In this redesigned version of Gmail Mobile, you can quickly view attachments like photos without opening or scrolling through the conversation. Also, switching between the accounts will be faster and easier than ever.

Furthermore, the search button which was usually placed on the right-top corner of the app will be replaced by a Search bar. Also, you can draft your message quickly and can reply to a message in a more smarter and easier way. Moreover, users will get a red marking alert if something looks like a threat to the system.

Also, it is expected that the new Gmail app will have dark theme support since the dark theme in an app is very popular among the users also it gives an immersive look to the application. The company also said, “In the coming weeks, you’ll see the new mobile design in Gmail on Android and iOS, with more G Suite mobile apps to follow later this year.”

However, it is expected that the newly redesigned version for Android could be released anytime on the PlayStore. However, the iOS version might take some more time to be available for users.

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