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  • Vendor: Google Inc.
  • Version: Varies with device
  • Price: Free

If there's one single reason to use an Android device, Gmail may be it. What once was the world's longest beta test is undoubtedly (though we may be a little biased here) the best way to manage email. It's available anywhere, at any time. It makes it virtually impossible to accidentally lose mail. Plus it's as fast on mobile as it is on a powerful desktop computer. 

Gmail does things a little differently, keeping your conversations as, well, threaded conversations — not just back-and-forth messages like back in the Dark Ages. It's a different way of doing things, but it works. And it works well.

If you haven't yet tried Gmail, you're absolutely missing out. Gmail comes standard with a Google account, and with it you'll get multiple gigabytes of free storage, so you shouldn't be running out of storage space any time soon.

The Android app continues to improve as well. It'll be refreshed with Google's new Material Design language. And it'll continue to lead the way for all other mobile email clients — especially on Android.

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Gmail offers new tools to put email security in your hands

Gmail offers new tools to put email security in your hands

Google is adding a couple of new features to Gmail on the web this week that will help make your email experience safer. The first is a new notification when you're sending an email to a service that doesn't use TLS encryption, the second warns you when an email can't be authenticated. From...
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Gmail now has over 1 billion monthly active users

Speaking on Google's Q4 2015 earnings call, CEO Sundar Pichai announced that at the end of 2015, Gmail had over one billion monthly active users. That's an absolutely massive number, but considering that we're talking about the scale of Google, it's actually the seventh product from the company...
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Having issues with Gmail today? You're not alone

We hate it when services go down, especially ones we rely on for work and/or personal use. Gmail is currently experiencing some problems as we've received reports (and have confirmed ourselves) that the online email platform is having trouble maintaining a connection, resulting in many unable to...
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Your Gmail account is not a spy tool for Google

Personal security, especially in our increasingly connected world, has never been more important. Online security and safety is a topic everyone should be thinking about on a regular basis, especially when so much of our online activity is happening through a smartphone. The way we secure our...
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You can now use your Gmail account within Yahoo Mail

After adding support for third-party email clients Hotmail, Outlook and AOL earlier this year, Yahoo has announced that starting today, you will be able to access your Gmail account from within Yahoo Mail. Yahoo mentions that you'll be able to access your entire Gmail archive, with attachments...
Gmail adds two new features on Android smartphones

Gmail adds ability to easily block senders and unsubscribe from mailing lists

Google is pushing out an update for the Gmail app on Android, which brings along the ability to unsubscribe from mailing lists, as well as block senders. You will now be able to accomplish both of these tasks from the Gmail app as well as from the web, with a few simple clicks. Someone spamming...
Google adds machine learning smarts to Gmail's spam filter

Google adds machine learning smarts to Gmail's spam filter

Google took to a blog post today to talk about some improvements that it is bringing to its spam-fighting engine in Gmail. The company says that the improvements largely rely on applying the same machine learning from Google Search and Google Now to the Gmail spam filter. Here's the breakdown...
Gmail gets new themes and emoji on the web

Google adds hundreds of new themes and new emoji to Gmail's web interface

Gmail's web interface can now be customized even further, as Google has added hundreds of new themes for users to pick from, along with some new emoji as well. There will be tons of new images to select from as the background, some of them captured by Googlers themselves, and once you find the...
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Gmail's 'Undo Send' feature sheds the beta tag

After six years of beta testing, Gmail's Undo Send feature is now available for all. Using Undo Send, you can "unsend" e-mails up to ten seconds after you've hit the send button. For those that have the option enabled, Google will delay sending the mail until after the ten-second cancellation...
Gmail adds Oauth support for Yahoo and Microsoft accounts

Gmail app for Android adds Oauth support for Yahoo and Microsoft accounts

In a new update that will be rolling out over the next few days, Gmail will bring Oauth support for Microsoft and Yahoo accounts. Security is important to everyone, and Google is boosting security in its Gmail app for those with Microsoft and Yahoo accounts. In the latest update, which will be...
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Google's Inbox by Gmail app is now open to everyone without an invite

Google's Inbox by Gmail app is now available for everyone to download and use without an invite for the first time. As part of the its Google I/O announcements today in San Francisco, the company is now allowing everyone to download and use the Inbox by Gmail app without an invite. Google...
Gmail for Android update shows additional info in just a tap

Gmail app update lets you easily see recent conversations, contact info, and more with one tap

Google has made it much easier to see see contact information, recent conversations, and more in the latest update to Gmail for Android. The latest update to the Gmail app for Android, which is rolling out now, makes viewing contact information, finding recent conversations, and more much easier...

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