When sending emails, you often send important information like phone numbers and addresses. Yet despite such content being clickable on the internet, this was not entirely the case in Gmail.
Google is fixing that by updating the mobile apps on Android and iOS as well as the website and Inbox for Gmail. Phone numbers, emails, ... Read More »
Once thought to be a phishing scam, the email from Essential asking people to verify their identity after a phone purchase was actually legit. Unfortunately, the BCC option was not used so any replies would go out to the 70 people who were initially emailed. ... Read More »
Smart Reply is a feature in Inbox and Allo that suggests quick responses that are created by analyzing the email you received. Rather than pre-made quick responses, the suggested responses are relevant and in your style of writing.
Now when you view a message in Gmail, three smart replies are suggested for you. ... Read More »
Reading emails on mobile can be tough, as they’re often formatted for desktop viewing and everything on mobile is too small. Links are hard to press, text is hard to read, and everything is far apart. Thankfully, Google is working on that problem.
Responsive design aims to adapt emails to fit your mobile device, with bigger ... Read More »
Today’s intake of information is enormous, and it continues to grow, making it a necessity to organize and streamline whenever possible. Email is one of those areas, and Google has been taking organization further with Inbox by Gmail, its email app that drives productivity for Gmail users. Inbox launched with a different design ... Read More »
For many of us, Gmail is the best email client out there. And ever since the Gmail app for Android was updated with support for other emails, we could keep track of our old emails that are still linked to some services. But with the latest announcements, Yahoo! ... Read More »
Yesterday Google introduced us to its new companion app for Gmail, dubbed Inbox. Everyone has been clamoring to try it, but the service is invite-only. You could request an invite, however, and Google is now sending out the first round of invites. We’re not sure how exactly Google is choosing those ... Read More »
One of the current trends in Android is manufacturers breaking their apps out from their UI or OS and placing them into the Play Store to provide quicker updates. Google is one of the companies that’ve been part of this trend, and the latest app to receive the treatment is the stock Android Email app. The app’s ... Read More »
Long before Dropbox acquired the company last year, Mailbox made a splash when it landed on iOS boasting a new way to handle droves of email. Competitors have taken up the challenge of creating a Mailbox-esque experience for Android but none have quite nailed it the way Mailbox has. Starting today Android users don’t have ... Read More »
Google focuses quite a bit on security, despite its occasional goof up. For example, Gmail users have been using HTTPS encryption by default since 2010. Ever since the huge NSA leaks, Google has been working to make your email unreadable without a legal warrant. Now Google has improved Gmail’s security in response to the NSA ... Read More »