500,000,000 - 1,000,000,000 downloads
- Pushed notifications
- Off-line access to e-mails
- Multiple accounts
- Ease of use
- Not all the features of the web version are included
- There are not themes
- There's not Popup
Gmail is the official app for Google e-mailing service.
If there is one Android app which the most of the Android users love is Gmail for Android. Actually, it is difficult to imagine and Android device which is not integrated into Gmail since they have been thought and designed for it. And it actually offers heaps of advantages for Android users: e-mail pushed automatically to your phone, get notifications in your status bar, search all your messages, access sync messages when off-line, compose and send e-mails, sort your e-mails by “follow up”, “misc” or priority, manage multiple Gmail accounts, mark starts, labels, and bookmark. Moreover you may chat with your contacts, save drafts, block spam among many other features.
From Gmail settings you may modify your signature, font size, reply to all automatically, tag. Moreover you may choose what kind of notifications you want to receive, the notification sound, vibration... and so on. It is probably one of the most complete e-mailing tool and the one which, obviously, fits better with Android devices.
Gmail is one of the starred apps developed by Google Inc., the official Android Market provider, and the responsible of other indispensable Android apps as Google Books, Google Earth or Blogger.
Since you will need a Gmail account to run your Android properly, what better than manage your e-mails with the official Gmail app. Especially if it offers heaps of features, user-friendly interface and usability. Briefly: a must have.
Gmail also lets you:
• Manage multiple accounts
• View and save attachments
• Set up label notifications
● Images now show automatically
● Set up your vacation responder in Settings
● Send or download attachments of any type, including documents, PDFs, zip files
● (Android 4.3+) Attach multiple files at once
● (Android 4.4) Print emails and attachments
● Enhanced performance for low memory devices
Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and up.
Gmail is the best to me
First of all, absolutely amazing as always. The only problem is that my work gmail has a signature set up but I need that on the app as well so I can send my work emails in confidence with my phone and nobody would know the difference. I'm surprised thi