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Gmail For iOS Now Well-Matched For Screen Of iPhone X

Search major Google has rolled out an upgrade for its Gmail application for iPhone that turns it well-matched iPhone X, the with tenth-anniversary iPhone of Apple. With an OLED display of 5.8 inch and a pixel resolution of 2436 x 1125 and a ppi density of 458 pixels, the iPhone X is the 1st bezel-less screen handset by the Cupertino-based major.

Gmail For iOS Now Well-Matched For Screen Of iPhone X

After this update, the black lines that were previously there at both bottom and top are now vanished and in its place the space for email has augmented. Gmail version 5.0.171119 makes utilization of the space on the screen surrounding the notch as well. In addition to this, the new upgrade now also backs email accounts of 3rd party. This function has been in the trialing phase ever since October 2017 and has lastly been introduced out for both iPad and iPhone consumers.

In one of the chief introductions, Google this week rolled out a toned-down variant of its Android Oreo operating system, named as Android Oreo (Go Edition).This OS is developed to operate on handsets operating on RAM capacity of 512 MB or 1 GB. This is fraction of Google for India initiative of the company that was introduced in 2016.

This OS variant has its own set of new applications that plan to save extra data on budget handsets comprising Google Search Go, Files Go, Google Maps Go, and Google Assistant Go. In addition to this, the firm is also conveying a toned-down variant of the Play Store.

Vice-President of Next Billion Users, Caesar Sengupta, claimed that India-first suite of features and products of Google are planned to assist more users find how the Internet can make life more convenient and easier. Go edition of Android Oreo will assist enhance the experience on low-price handsets while new apps such as Files Go will make sure that they use less data and their experience is smooth.

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