The guys over at Google weren’t lying back in September when they said they’d be carrying out more frequent updates to Gmail following its release for Android. They’ve actually made a bunch of updates all based on user feedback and comments. These updates come in the package known as Android 2.3.2.
The newest version of Android now boasts much better support for Priority Inbox as well as a new Priority Inbox view. Now, you’ll see your important messages even if you’ve read them before. Deletion and archiving is also easily done right from your phone. They’ve also added those importance markers that you see on your desktop version of Gmail.
Priority Inbox on Android doesn’t have all the bells and whistles as the full desktop version, but it isn’t half bad. In fact, we think it is a pretty good start for a tool that will quickly become an integral part of your daily life.
One of the best improvements of Gmail for Android is the way you can compose messages. Now you have a better way to switch from replying to a single sender to replying to all. The switching between reply all, reply, and forward is now quick and simple.
The best thing about these updates may be the simple fact that you won’t have to wait for Gingerbread to benefit from all of them. As long as you have Android 2.2 (Froyo) or newer, you are good to go.
Source – gmailblog.blogspot.com