Gmail now let you can organize your messages before sending them by starring them or adding a label, making it easy to keep track of your sent messages. Startding today, when composing a new message, you can assign labels or star it by using the labels drop-down menu.
As you’d expect, recipients of messages organized this way won’t see your labels or stars.
In other Google news, Google Earth 6.2 for Android and iOS added support for KMLs. Now anywhere you find a “Google Earth file” (KML) while you’re browsing the mobile web, just click on the link and the Google Earth app will automatically launch and load the custom map, informs Google.
With this release, the Google Earth Gallery is also now available in the mobile app, enabling you to easily explore some of the best maps from around the web directly within Google Earth.
The 6.2 release also includes improvements in navigation, which make it even easier to fly to your favorite spots on the globe.
Google also recently added a new “Share” feature, which allows you to share a screenshot of your current view with people in your Google+ circles, via Gmail, or on other applications. Now you can share your favorite places with friends and family from your desktop computer, mobile phone or tablet.
To check out the latest version of Google Earth for Android phones and tablets, download it now from Google Play.