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Gmail and Inbox Will Now Convert Addresses, Phone Numbers and Contacts Into Clickable Links

If you've ever received an email with an address, phone number or contact information, it can be pretty annoying to have to copy and move information out of Gmail or Inbox, especially if you have a slower device. Having to switch apps and copy and paste lines can be annoying, or even just having to...

Silence Annoying Work Emails Automatically with Quiet for Gmail

Day in and day out, millions of people around the world are glued to their smartphone screens. Whether it be for work or leisure, our smartphones have become an integral aspect of our lives. But many people are finding it difficult to separate their me-time with their work-time, often responding to work-related emails off the clock....

Google Plans to No Longer Scan User Emails to Personalize Ads in Gmail

Google is finally putting an end to one of its most controversial ad practices, the one that involved scanning emails of its users. Beginning from "later this year", Google will no longer scan user emails to customize the ads that are displayed to them. This format must have been very efficient and "successful", as the...

Zive Introduces its Desktop G Suite Client called “Kiwi for Gmail 2.0” for Windows

If you've been using Android devices as long as I have, then Google services have likely become a large part of your life - for better or worse. I use Gmail for all of my e-mail purposes, Google Docs/Sheets/Slides for document creation, Google Photos for my saving all of my best memories, and Google Drive...

How to Add Forward/Backward Keys to Android O’s Nav Bar to Quickly Read Emails

If your time spent on your smartphone consists of going through a ton of e-mails, then you may find it annoying to accidentally switch messages when you're trying to see your entire e-mail message. Thanks to the new navigation bar customizer in Android O, we can add new keys to the navigation bar to perform...

Native Add-ons for Gmail are Coming, Limited to G Suite Only at First

Google really is focusing on the enterprise customers this week. With the recent Cloud Functions for Firebase announcements and then the new focus of Hangouts too, corporate customers of Google services have a lot to be happy about right now. Another one of these big announcements has to do with native add-ons finally coming to Gmail...

Google Adds Support for Microsoft Exchange Tasks to Gmail

A lot of businesses use Microsoft Exchange as their email solution for their employees within the company. Google was aware of this and they were finally able to add Microsoft Exchange support into their core Gmail application back in April of last year. This helped a lot of people consolidate their emails into one single...

Gmail v7.2 Prepares to Add Support for S/MIME Enhanced Encryption

If there's one lesson everyone learned thanks to a certain high profile election, it's the importance of e-mail security. Gmail is the most widely used e-mail service in the world, and thanks to Google's stranglehold on smartphones, its Android application is perhaps the most common way people read and send their e-mails. Thus, it is critical...

[Update: Live for Exchange Accounts] Gmail 7.1.1 Hints at Integrating Tasks and Reminder Snoozing

A new version of Gmail is rolling out soon that integrates tasks and reminders for Exchange accounts. Gmail 7.1.1 will be available soon in the Play Store, but some users have already received the update and pushed it to APK Mirror earlier today. We've taken a look at the update, and there are indeed some interesting...

Gmail v6.7 Prepares to Add Security Warnings for Unencrypted Messages and Suggestions to Unsubscribe from Email Lists

Email security is a big topic lately, and it's important that we all take care of our own sensitive data. In order to protect its users from accidentally leaking private data, Google already automatically encrypts all messages sent internally through Gmail servers with TLS. Not all email services support encryption, however, and if you send or receive a...

Inbox v1.27 hints at finally adding Vacation Responders

For many working adults, keeping up with and responding to emails is a large part of our working routine. Some people even feel the need to respond to their work emails when they're off the clock (which studies show you really should avoid doing so unless you absolutely need to - but hey I'm not here...

Top 5 Gmail/Inbox Features on Android

Hey kids, do you like emails? Gmail is something we all use whether we like it or not. For those of you that are Gmail power users, you'll want to check out these features that will improve your Gmail experience on Android. Now if you're in a situation where you can't be bothered to watch a video, like...
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