At long last Google has introduced a Master Inbox feature for its Gmail app for Android. Called Master Inbox, it lets users lump together the inboxes for multiple accounts. In addition to allowing for viewing the inbox the view lets users reply as well. What’s more, the Gmail app will treat, Yahoo, and other IMAP/POP accounts the same way as threaded Gmail accounts.

And, finally, the updated Gmail client picks up better auto-complete in search, more responsive animations, larger attachment previews, and quicker saving to Drive.

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  1. Does anyone have a problem with exchange on gmail in that when you reply to an email string it randomly appends a different email in the string?

    My buddy and I will reply to work emails and occasionally it just appends emails from other strings in the body. Just wondering if its our exchange server or gmail.

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