It’s no secret that Gmail is the top of the rank when it comes to email services nowadays. And naturally, it’s also available in the form of a smartphone app that generally comes integrated with all Android-powered devices. In fact, the app cannot be uninstalled from Android devices. This is because the Gmail emailing app is part and parcel of the GSuite pack provided by Google, a.k.a. the Google Suite of Office Apps.
On top of that, if you have more email accounts than just on Google, you can connect them to the Gmail app. Therefore, your Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook and more can all be in the same place. And, what is more, you also benefit from 15GB of storage on the app. No wonder everyone loves it, especially when you consider that it’s also very safe, unlike other emailing services that have proved to be true security nightmares in the past.
New Gmail Update
Because Google likes to keep its emailing service on top of its game, the Mountain View giant releases constant updates for it. And now, the latest update, namely Gmail 220.127.116.11772569 has dropped and will roll out steadily on Android devices. The update comes under build number 59105242 and clocks in at a grand total of 18.25 MB. Naturally, while some devices received the update from the get-go, it will take some time for it to reach all Android devices across the globe.
If you can’t wait for the update to drop on your device, you could try downloading it from trusted mirror websites. However, seeing as Google are usually very prompt with rolling out updates OTA and most devices eventually get them in no more than a few months-time, you could also wait for it.