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Gmail 4.2 for Android: App Getting Swipe and Pinch-to-Zoom Features
Gizbot had earlier reported on the rumor around the launch of LG Nexus phone in the market. The shocking part of the rumor was the possible launch of Android OS new version dubbed 4.2 Key Lime Pie along with this new LG android phone. Rumors are just increasing day by day on the possible rollout of new Nexus phone and Android 4.2 OS.
A fresh round of rumor has started pouring in suggesting that Android 4.2 release is indeed a reality and some online sources are claiming that they have evidence of Gmail app getting updated for 4.2 OS version release.
Android Police portal team has reported about this updated Gmail app getting ready for Android devices and they have even gone ahead and posted a video on the application showing new swipe and pinch to zoom features. The video unveils some really cool features and capabilities where you can delete a mail by just swiping across it and also zoom in mails by just a pinch. You can
see the video posted by Android Police.
Looking at the features spanning out in Gmail app, experts are also viewing these enhancements as an impact of Google’s acquisition of Sparrow app for iOS devices. Though there is no official evidence to prove Sparrow team’s role in these updates, rumors are getting just thick and fast pointing at this possibility too.
Google and LG are tight lipped and there has been no official denials or confirmation on these rumors floating around LG Nexus and Android 4.2 OS version launch.
Source: BGR/Android police