Monday, 19 May 2014

Gmail for Android can save attachments directly to Google Drive




Just because you would like to save an email attachment on your phone doesn't suggest you usually need a native copy. What if you are running out of space? that will not be a problem if you are using the newest version of Gmail for Android; the new updated app permits you to save files to Google Drive, creating it simple to fetch them soon most any Drive-friendly device. The upgrade additionally gets you to the navigation menu through an easy swipe gesture, and there is each improved right-to-left language support (think Arabic or Hebrew) moreover as explanations for why messages land within the spam folder. it's going to take a couple of days for the new app to hit your phone or tablet, however it ought to be value your patience if you favor to fetch vital documents from the cloud.

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