Google Plus app for iPhone has always been much better as compared to Facebook application any day. Facebook has recently intro Photo sync just few days back which was already available in Google Plus app by the name of ‘Instant Uploads’. Moreover still the UI effects are just awesome in comparison with Facebook which does not have any boasting feature when it comes to UI. GMail new update which has been appreciated all over the world these days is highly inspired from the Google Plus UI. Considerable changes have been done in this new update and we will be trying to cover all the important ones in this post.
The display is almost identical to the previous version but the font style and the display icon of getting refreshed has been changed.
And now you have more options to play with a mail in your inbox which includes moving it in some other folder, marking it as spam and few more.
New Signature and Vacation Responder
You can use a different format of signature just for the users to know you are using your cellphone to reply that mail and vacation responder is exactly similar to the OOO (Out Of Office) feature in the Microsoft Outlook which will enable the auto-reply mail to all the mail for any duration of time.
The best part is that even if you don’t have all the contact of GMail on your cellphone even then they can be retrieved in the ‘To:’ section while writing any mail and in the attachments either a photo or an image on which anything scribbled can be attached.
Overall, all the features will make you love this application and I am sure in case of GMail account you will only use this Mail client. Best part is the UI and ability to access chats which is not possible to be accessed by default iPhone client. Moreover my experience with all the other features was good and I am really impressed with this new upgrade, the only problem this app has is the inability to download the already seen apps so that whenever you open it again next time, it should only refresh for the new mails rather getting refreshed for the whole mailbox.