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Gmail for iOS, Android and Desktop should receive major update - that will be new

According to a report by Android Police, Google will release a major update to Gmail next Wednesday - it should be rolled out both on iOS and Android as well as for the desktop. Already in advance, numerous information about the upcoming version has come to the public, which we do not want to withhold from you.

Gmail: the new label, Autocategorization and more

Wie Ron Amadeo von Android Police berichtet, wir das neue Gmail mit mehreren Posteingängen, sogenannten „Smart Labels", ausgerüstet, durch die eingehende Mails nach Kategorien wie Primäre Inbox, Social, Promotions (Werbung), Updates und Forums unterteilt werden. Erhalte ich beispielsweise eine Benachrichtigung von Twitter, dass mir eine neue Person folgt oder mich erwähnt hat, landet diese Mail im Tab „Social". Falls eine Mail versehentlich im falschen Ordner gelandet ist, kann diese nachträglich auch manuell bearbeitet und verschoben werden. Wem diese neue Kategorisierung zuviel des Guten ist, der kann sie komplett deaktivieren.

The new labels will be realized on different platforms in different ways: on the desktop tabs are used, on Android subfolders in the sidebar are used, in iOS they are housed as a list in the sidebar. In addition, the Gmail app for Android will shine in a new design - the navigation bar is slid with a swipe gesture, as is already the case with some new Google apps (Google Music and Google+).

The Gmail redesign will be published in the course of the Wednesday afternoon (CEST). It's remarkable what Google is still up to weeks after the Google I / O so updates and new products from the sleeve. In a few weeks Android 4.3 and a white Nexus 4 are expected. According to rumors, we should be able to count on an improved Nexus 7 tablet in the course of July.
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