Gmail is one of the most used mobile applications on Android devices. It seems that the big search engine company has released a new version of the application that will make managing emails very simple.
The Gmail application is very easy to use and it comes with an organized inbox, which automatically sorts the mails that you receive. At the same time, Gmail comes with a spam filtering feature, which is one of the best out there. The Gmail service comes with 15GB of free storage, which means that you will not even have to delete older emails, as you will always have enough space for all of them.
The latest Gmail version is 6.0.115979076 (build 58120068) and has about 14.61MB in size. The application is compatible with any device that runs on Android 4.0 or later. The new Gmail 6.0.115979076 version doesn’t come with anything new, but it does improve the stability of the new features that were added in latest updates.
Two of the most recent features that the Gmail application has received are the instant RSVPs and RTF. With the instant RSVPs you are able to respond to calendar invitations with just a single tap, while the RTF support allows you to format your email text with options such as italic, colored, underlined, highlighted, bold etc. You will also notice the “Gmailify” feature, which brings all the Gmail features (such as spam protection, inbox organization etc.) to non-Gmail addresses.
How To Install Gmail Version 6.0.115979076 On Your Android Device
The new Gmail version application can be downloaded right now from the internet. First of all, you will just need to search for Gmail 6.0.115979076 APK file and download it to your mobile device.
Once the download is complete, enable the “Unknown Sources” option from your device’s Settings->Security. This option will allow you to install APK (installation) files that have not been downloaded from the Google Play Store.
Finally, head to the location where you’ve saved the Gmail 6.0.115979076 APK file and tap on it in order to install the latest Gmail version on your Android device.