News & Reviews: Gmail
Last Updated: Jan 29, 2020
When it comes to messaging software, Google has never managed to get a foothold on the market. But it looks like the company won't give up just yet and is looking for a different implementation. Word has gotten out that Google is working on a new business communications platform, which will combine several Google services together.
Last Updated: Dec 10, 2019
After a month of waiting since Google Maps has launched the incognito mode on Android, it has finally arrived on iOS. With the incognito mode, you have more controls and privacy on your search destinations so be sure to update your apps to the latest version to get this new feature.
Last Updated: Nov 25, 2019
Have you been switching between Gmail and Outlook just to read your emails? Isn't it troublesome to read your emails on two different accounts? If you find that troublesome, here’s a good news from Microsoft! The team has finally added linking your Gmail account to Outlook.com as an option. Other than that, you’ll get access to Google Calendar and documents from Google Drive all in one platform as well.
Last Updated: Oct 23, 2019
As both iOS 13 and Android 10 introduced a system-wide dark mode earlier, most of the developers have yet to update its apps to accommodate the dark mode, this includes the Gmail app on Android 10. Finally, Google has announced its latest updates, Gmail is now compatible with the Dark Mode for Android 10.
Someone found a way to use Google services, Facebook, WhatsApp, and other apps on the Huawei Mate 30 seriesLast Updated: Oct 10, 2019
The Huawei Mate 30 series certainly got a buzz over the news, not because of its entry in the Malaysia market but the concerns of Google apps usage. The US government and Huawei are still in a rocky relationship, but someone might have found a loophole to bypass that.
Last Updated: Jun 26, 2019
Life is full of surprises, and you will never know when it will be your time to go. That being said, your Google account comes with a specific feature which allows you to take control of what happens to your documents, pictures and videos as well as information in the event of your inevitable demise.
Last Updated: May 30, 2019
This June, Google will be rolling out Gmail confidential mode to all users starting on the 25th of June. Technically, it works just like a self-destructing email would - the email will come with an expiration date whereby the email will be wiped out then. Senders may also revoke the email. As for the receiver, they are not able to forward, copy or download the email. This mode is perfect for emailing out sensitive data.
Last Updated: Feb 12, 2019
Finally, us Gmail users get a right click menu on our emails. I mean, don’t get me wrong, we’ve had it for awhile but options were only limited to archiving, deleting and marking as unread. Now, the right click drop down menu has pretty much everything the top bar has and a few extra features.