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The Gmail app is the official client for Google's free, advertising-supported email service. Gmail can be accessed as secure webmail, or via POP3 / IMAP protocols. It offers integration with other Android applications and Contacts.

Get your email the instant it arrives via push. Search for any email saved in your account.

Gmail in action

Features:

  • Compose, read, delete and reply to emails
  • Email pushed automatically to your phone
  • Most important message actions stick to the top of the screen
  • Search all your messages
  • Access synched messages when off line
  • View messages by conversation - replies are grouped in a single thread, making it easier to understand the context of a message
  • Multiple Gmail accounts
  • Priority Inbox which sorts your mail
  • Stars, labels, and many other features - use stars to indicate a note is special. Organise emails with labels
  • "Show quoted text" button
  • Floating message actions toolbar - perform batch actions
  • Ability to sync only priority messages which saves battery life
  • Individually set notifications and ringtones for any of the labels in your inbox
  • Mark and remember the 'Show Pictures' option for embedded email images
  • Archive emails
  • Report spam
  • Sync via IMAP
  • Label notifications to mash up filters, labels, and ringtones
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If you only use Gmail, the native Gmail client for Android is the ideal solution.

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