Google launches Gmail 2.0 for iOS
One of the great disappointments of late 2011 was the launch of Gmail for iOS , an application rather expected by users of IOS devices and, coming from a man came, was expected to enjoy the facilities and features that have made Gmail one of the best mail services of the current scene. However, after its release, withdrawal and subsequent re-launch, the application was a fiasco and, therefore, a great blot on the record of Google. A year after its launch, Google returns to the fray and has deployed all their artillery in the Gmail version 2.0 which, of course, we can find available in the App Store .
Version 2.0 of Gmail for iOS arrives completely renewed and with a number of improvements and new features, some of which are already supported by other versions of Gmail (including BlackBerry devices out of print version). The application, which to some extent has a Sparrow air (which Google bought last summer), offers the ability to configure multiple Gmail and review all these mailboxes from the same application (a detail that we could do in Android and that, for example, allows us to configure Gmail accounts and Google Apps accounts), predictive search results that change as we write (in the style of Google Instant) or infinite scroll with loading the messages go through our inbox as we get down in the pile of accumulated messages.
As expected, the application allows you to interact with Google and other services, for example, can interact with Google Calendar events we receive (meeting invitations, for example) or even comment on Google+ publications.Tags: email, Gmail, Gmail for iOS, Google, IOS