The Gmail just received an update and is available for download in Google Play. Changes are not very big and focus on implementing Ice Cream Sandwich functions on Honeycomb tablets. Let’s see what it is:
Honeycomb 3.2 users are enjoying Android Gmail 4.0, which requires swipe to move the old emails/conversations to the new ones and vice versa.
You can give tap on your account to access the label’s recent set custom notification for individual labels. Also, users can synchronize the last 30 days of emails, so you can browse and read messages both online and offline, seamlessly.
Those that are still running Android 2.2 Froyo or Gingerbread they receive some improvements: new APIs for labels for third party application developers and performance improvements. The update is now available in Play Store, so you can download and you can provide feedback here and mention about the bugs, if you found. Here’s a QR code to download the application: