Google has released a new version of its Gmail email service and the Android users will be happy to find out that the changes in v6.0 are related to the possibility to use rich text formatting in emails, while the new added feature is Instant RSVP, which allows the users to see their schedule, check for notifications and respond to notifications without being forced to open separate applications. If you want to download the latest APK file, head to the APK Mirror website. The installation file has a size of 14.61 MB and it was uploaded on February 24.
The users who update their Gmail app will see a new tool bar when they will compose an email. In there, they will choose to use bold, italic, underlined, colored texts, or to highlight important words. The second change is related to the way the users are handling invitations from Google Calendar or Exchange, as they will reply right from Gmail. Google hasn’t mentioned if there are other changes in version 6.0, which will hit the Google Play store as soon as possible.
In order to update Gmail, the users will open the application, tap on the hamburger menu which is located in the upper left corner, then they will tap on My apps & games and there they will see if the update is available for their devices.
Version 5.0 of Gmail was released in November 2014, and brought support for sending and receiving email from non-Gmail addresses through POP3 or IMAP. After the launch of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Gmail has had some syncing problems, but there were also Lollipop users who complained about this problem, as well. The users reported that Hotmail accounts were stopped from being synced inside the Gmail, while other users said that there were delays in syncing and notifications. Google started pushing out Gmail 5.10 on January 20 and this version fixed the syncing issue.
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