Gmail for Android: Update Adds Support for Priority Inbox

The Google released a little while ago a new update of the app Gmail for Android. The main novelty of this version is improved support for Priority Case for users to continue spending 15% less time reading the messages you receive in your Inbox

Check out the list of features implemented in Gmail for Android 2.3.2:

  • Priority Inbox. Support for Priority Box has been improved with the right to display the most important items right away. And the user will still be able to view the markers relating to the importance of the message. With just one touch, you can also view tags for those messages. To complete, from now on you will have to set the phone to vibrate / play / give signal-to-smoke only when priority messages arrive in the inbox.
  • Answer emails. If an email has been sent to several people, you can select with the touch of a button if you want to reply only to the sender (“answer”) or will fill the inbox of everyone (“Answer everyone”).
  • Choose the account. In addition, the interface is now perfect for those who recently migrated to Gmail but has the address of old email configured in the Google service. This user can send messages as if they were from the previous email, directly in Gmail screen for Android.
  • Add comments. When we receive a very large, it is not difficult we answer the message punctuating topic by topic email, below the text originally received. From now on this will be possible in Gmail for Android because Google has added a tool that allows you to edit the original message body.

This version of Gmail for Android is only available for devices running Android 2.2 or higher. That is, almost no one.