Inbox by Gmail New Features

Google’s ‘email killer’ Inbox just got even better

By on December 18, 2014 at 1:50 PM.

Google’s ‘email killer’ Inbox just got even better

Google on Thursday announced some very cool new features for its Inbox app, which has been called an “email killer” by several pundits. On its Gmail blog, the company detailed a new reminders feature that can sit atop the inbox in order to let users easily save and access “to-dos” for later. More than 20 pieces of information, dubbed “assists” can then further help with reminders, with Inbox also able to combine assists and learn from past experiences. More →

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Gmail Google Drive and Security Features

This terrific new Gmail feature will help protect your private data

By on December 17, 2014 at 7:45 AM.

This terrific new Gmail feature will help protect your private data

Gmail, one of the most popular email services around, has received a couple of interesting new features that power users will certainly appreciate. Google announced on the official Gmail blog that its email services has just been upgraded, when it comes to security, revealing on its Google+ Gmail channel a handy new Google Drive feature for Gmail. More →

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Inbox Vs Gmail

Have you tried the gorgeous email app that Google hopes will someday replace Gmail?

By on December 4, 2014 at 9:30 AM.

Have you tried the gorgeous email app that Google hopes will someday replace Gmail?

Google first launched Gmail nearly 11 years ago, and there is no question that it changed email as we know it. Practically limitless storage, enhanced spam filtering, a new means of email organization… and all for free! Gmail remains one of the most popular email services in the world to this day, but we all know nothing lasts forever.

What does the future of email look like? According to three engineers at Google, the future of email is already in our hands. More →

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Inbox Vs. Gmail 5.0 Comparison

Inbox vs. Gmail 5.0: The most in-depth comparison yet

By on November 12, 2014 at 11:21 AM.

Inbox vs. Gmail 5.0: The most in-depth comparison yet

Google may think of Inbox as the future of email but that doesn’t mean it’s hanging its Gmail app out to dry. In fact, the recently released Gmail 5.0 update is the most dramatic overhaul of Gmail we’ve seen in a very long time, as it marks the first time that Google has brought Material Design to its hugely popular email app. More →

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Gmail 5.0 for Android Download

You can now download the completely redesigned Gmail app for Android 5.0

By on November 2, 2014 at 10:30 AM.

You can now download the completely redesigned Gmail app for Android 5.0

After being teased in previous reports, Google’s redesigned Gmail Android app (version 5.0) is available for download, Android Police reports, complete with Material Design and exchange support. More →

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Google Gmail Drafts Malware

Scary new malware uses a Gmail trick to steal your data

By on October 29, 2014 at 2:28 PM.

Scary new malware uses a Gmail trick to steal your data

A new piece of malware that can spy on a user’s computer has been discovered, Wired reports, with researchers also having found a clever way for the program to communicate with its creators: Google’s popular Gmail email service. More →

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Gmail vs. Bigtop: Google Email

Google trying to ‘fix’ email with new Gmail alternative

By on October 22, 2014 at 6:50 AM.

Google trying to ‘fix’ email with new Gmail alternative

Google is apparently not happy with all the features its email product can offer, and it’s reportedly working on a new Gmail alternative, Android Police has learned, currently known internally as project “Bigtop.” More →

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Gmail 5.0 for Android Lollipop Features

Your first look at Google’s gorgeous new Gmail app for Android 5.0

By on October 20, 2014 at 9:30 AM.

Your first look at Google’s gorgeous new Gmail app for Android 5.0

Google is going to update its Gmail Android app to version 5.0, which will bring Material Design as well as new features. Among them, Android Police has already discovered one that may be of special interest to many smartphone users. Gmail 5.0 will not only support multiple Gmail accounts, but also email accounts from various competing companies, including Outlook or Yahoo. More →

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Gmail for iOS

Download the latest Gmail update to see a major improvement on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

By on October 6, 2014 at 2:54 PM.

Download the latest Gmail update to see a major improvement on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

It’s been made abundantly clear that Apple fans were ready for a larger iPhone, but some app developers didn’t have enough time to prepare. You might notice that some of your most used apps don’t look quite right on your new iPhone 6, but one of the most important apps for many mobile users just received an update to rectify the issue. As of version 3.1415926, Gmail for iOS now officially supports the larger display sizes of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. More →

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Gmail Hack

How to find out if your Google login was compromised in the Gmail hack

By on September 10, 2014 at 2:30 PM.

How to find out if your Google login was compromised in the Gmail hack

Gmail is a fantastic service that has changed the way much of the world uses email. It was also the target of a big security breach recently that has left 5 million Google customers exposed. Are you one of the unlucky users whose login credentials were compromised?

Here’s how to find out — and what to do if your Google username and password were exposed in the breach. More →

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Gmail User Name Password Leak

5 million stolen Gmail user names and passwords have leaked online

By on September 10, 2014 at 12:54 PM.

5 million stolen Gmail user names and passwords have leaked online

No, iCloud isn’t the only popular online service that runs into security problems every now and then. FreedomHacker brings us word that roughly 5 million different Gmail user names and passwords have been posted online on a Russian Bitcoin forum and it looks like phishing scammers are already using the leak to lure in unsuspecting users to enter in their user names and passwords into websites that purport to help them figure out if their passwords have been compromised or not. More →

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Google Gmail and YouTube for Children

Google has a clever plan to get your kids hooked on Gmail and YouTube

By on August 19, 2014 at 10:30 PM.

Google has a clever plan to get your kids hooked on Gmail and YouTube

Google is ready to target a special set of potential new customers: Children under the age of 13. The Information and The Wall Street Journal report that the company wants to offer children an easy yet safe way to access Google Internet services including Gmail and YouTube, which aren’t officially available to children, although they can easily sidestep Google’s precautionary settings by lying about their age when setting up an account. More →

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Gmail Security Features: Phishing and Spam

Clever new Gmail trick will keep you safe from phishing attacks and spammers

By on August 12, 2014 at 3:20 PM.

Clever new Gmail trick will keep you safe from phishing attacks and spammers

Google on Tuesday announced a new interesting update for its email service, which will hopefully help thwart scammers’ phishing email plans in the future and stop some spamming campaigns. Gmail will henceforward reject suspicious combinations of Unicode characters that could be misleading for regular users and fool them into clicking on links to sites they think they know, only to end up on a malicious page. More →

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