Back in April, a new version of ‘Gmail for mobile,’ re-designed to be faster, more usable, and offer basic offline support on iPhone and Android devices was released. Since than, it has got features like: mute, label management, keyboard shortcuts, smart links, outbox, and ability to move messages (label and archive in one step). Now, Google’ve lauched two new features: swipe-to-archive and auto-expanding compose boxes,’ that makes composing longer messages much easier since you're able to see more of the text you've typed. Also made address auto-complete faster, enhanced refresh capabilities, and sped up loading so Gmail for mobile starts in under three seconds on newer smartphones. As Google release new features, just go to gmail.com from your mobile browser on iPhone/iPod touch OS 2.2.1 or Android-powered device, as you do on your PC to get the updates.
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