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Monday morning several Google services went down for nearly an hour, including Gmail, YouTube, Google Calendar, and many more.
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Spark email by Readdle, with a 4.6 rating on the Google Play Store and over 500,000 downloads, got a massive update today. New Design Spark email...
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Now that Inbox hias been given the kiss of death, we take a look at a few of the other options available to try and keep tabs on your emails.
Ensuring your online accounts stay secure is a constant battle. Which is why today we dive into what two-factor authentication is or how it can help protect you.
Google is set to retire Inbox in March of 2019. Now is the time for Inbox fans to say your goodbyes and migrate to Gmail or find a new email app.
Undo for Gmail is a feature that is so long overdue we can't believe it didn't already exist until recently.
Google started rolling out Confidential mode for Gmail on Android this week. Check your device now to see if it's available for you.
Make sure no third-party app developer has access to your Gmails by following these simple steps. You can do so from your Android or desktop.
During the Google I/O 2018 keynote, a new feature was announced for Gmail. Smart Compose allows Gmail to automatically compose emails all by using the tab key while you're typing.
There were quite a few announcements made during the Google I/O 2018 keynote. We take a look at all of the announcements and condense them into the seven biggest.
During its I/O 2018 keynote, Google laid the future roadmaps for some of its products including Google Photos, Gmail, and Assistant.
On top of launching a new interface for Gmail, Google also introduce a new to-do list app called ask. You can downloaded right now on your Android.