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  • Last Updated: 15 Mar 2017
  • Version: 7.2.26
  • Size: 19.14 MB
  • Compatibility: Android 4.0 or later
  • Content Rating: 3+
  • Package Name: com.google.android.gm
  • Last Updated: 02 Mar 2017
  • Version: 5.0.13
  • Size: 219 MB
  • Compatibility: iOS 8.0 or later
  • Content Rating: 4+
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Gmail - Simple Email Client with Handy Features

Gmail is both a free email service and an email client for mobile. It is developed by Google, who operates the Gmail service. The app helps manage emails in to specific category types, to make sorting email easier. Gmail has the usual email client affair. Send and receive emails, attachments with ease. Threaded conversations to keep emails in check. Attachment support to send documents and files to colleagues and friends. Gmail handles email well, but it does it really well. Based on the content of the email, it can determine the type of email you have received and move it to a categorized inbox. For example, you might get an email from your favorite clothing store about a sale. When Gmail scans the email, it can determine the email is a promotion, and tag it as such. Other categories include Social (Media), Updates, and Forums. This makes it easier to sort your emails and reduce the noise. Who knows - it could help you reach that infamous Inbox Zero (a.k.a. have no emails in your inbox). Gmail is a popular client, with many people using it on their mobile. It was the first app on the Android app store to reach 1 billion installs.

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