Apart from the Google-based acquisitions that have been making news off late, the search engine giant has also been frequenting the Internet by updating its Gmail for Android at regular intervals. Now, keeping up with the tradition, the latest version of the app for Android i.e. version 4.8 brings some visual changes and new features to the app, with the roll-out set to begin soon.
Now the Android tablets and smartphones users will soon be able to enjoy this particular update that brings with it a number of new features, including the ability to save to Google Drive, apart from offering better support for other left-to-right language support for ones like Arabic, Hebrew or Persian.
The best part is that now the Gmail users in Android will get to see an option which will allow them to save their documents to Google Drive directly. Thus, they no longer need to download attachments to their smartphone or tablet which will eventually take up more and more space over the course of time.
Another important addition is the spam explanations which lets users know why a particular message has ended up in the spam folder, which is pretty amazing.
Other features include better left-to-right language support with profile pictures and the navigation menu on the right side instead of the left.
The latest version 4.8 of the Gmail app for Android offers faster access to the side navigation menu - Swipe from the left edge (or right edge for RTL languages) to quickly access your accounts and labels, settings, help, and feedback
Google will start rolling out the new update for Android users in the next few days through the company's proprietary Play store.