Updated May 06, 2018 12:15:36Gmail login and emails account expire at the end of May, but we’ll be keeping our users up-to-date with the latest news from Gmail’s developers.
This week, we’re excited to announce the first release of a new version of Gmail, Version 3.0.
We’ve got lots of new features and refinements to help you keep up-with the latest changes to Gmail.
Version 3.1 brings the following enhancements:Gmail 3.x will support Google Calendar for sending email and calendar events, Google Drive for storage of photos and files, and Google Drive For Business for collaboration.
Google Drive will also be available in the Gmail app.
You can find the full list of improvements in the Google Drive blog.
This release is available now for Mac users on OS X 10.9.8 and later.
For Android users, you can download the new Gmail 3.3.2 release now.
Version 2.1.4 brings improvements to Gmail’s search engine and improvements to how the app handles links.
Google’s search results will now be more intuitive, and you’ll see a “next” button to the left of the search results when you type a query.
We’ll also be adding a “search history” option to the search bar at the bottom of your search results page to help improve your overall search experience.
Version 1.2.2 introduces a new design for Gmail, which you can see in the gallery below.
We’re also making several improvements to the Gmail web interface, including improvements to privacy settings and adding more Google Accounts.
Version 1.3 is available today for Mac and Linux users.
For more information, read the Google blog post on this new release.
This new release of Gmail includes improvements to email, calendar, and contacts.
It includes a redesigned login and account page, a new user interface for the “top” tab of the “Search” section of the main search results, and more.
You can download this new version now, or you can visit Google’s site to download it for your iPhone or Android device.
Version 3 will also include updates for other popular apps and services, such as Gmail, Photos, and YouTube.