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The Makers Of AIDE Have Released A Gmail Client For Wear, Presumably For People Who Hate Themselves

There are certain things that should be done on a smartwatch, and certain things that should not. Ever. Under any circumstances. Yet, here we are with a Gmail client for Android Wear from the developer of AIDE. I guess we should take a look at it.

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[Update: Official Changelog Posted] Gmail v5.2 Brings A Shortcut To Contact Cards, A New Add Accounts Screen, And Might Soon Add Vacation Responders For Exchange And Unsubscribe For Annoying Email [APK Download + Teardown]

Update Wednesday is starting off with a new version of the Gmail app. There don't appear to be any grand changes with this release, but it does boast at least a couple minor improvements. The only obvious change in this update comes in the form of a new full screen workflow for adding email accounts. A quick teardown also reveals that users will have the option to add vacation responders to their Exchange accounts, and Gmail's Unsubscribe feature is coming soon.

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[Update: APK Download] Latest Gmail Update Brings Unified Inbox, Conversation View For Non-Gmail Accounts, Better Search, And More

Today Google has announced a number of changes that make it easier to handle multiple accounts from a single place, and they're biggies. For starters, there's the option to view all accounts in a single inbox. And that's joined by the ability to browse conversations in non-Gmail accounts as you would native ones. Options supported include Yahoo, Outlook.com, and other IMAP/POP accounts.

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Google Reportedly Working On Way To Manage And Pay Bills Inside Gmail Called 'Pony Express'

Google apparently has a service in the works called Pony Express that will improve the way Gmail users manage the bills flooding into their inboxes, and perhaps even some that currently don't. This news comes through a Re/code report stating that the search giant is working with third-party vendors that print and mail out bills to bring even more of them online. Google will then give users the ability to pay these bills without having to leave Gmail.

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[Update: Another Variation] Google Testing Extra Reminder Button In Inbox

A few days ago, we noticed a new sight in Inbox by Gmail - another FAB.

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Some Users Are Seeing Calendar Agenda Cards And Combined Travel Cards In Google Now

Have you noticed anything new when you open the primary Google Now interface? Probably - Google seems to be adding more stuff all the time, including support for integration with third-party apps. Over the last few weeks we've been getting tips about a new Calendar card, an agenda view for upcoming busy days, from a variety of Android Police readers.

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Inbox By Gmail Now Rolling Out To Some Google Apps Domains

In a simple tweet, Sundar Pichai stirred up some excitement last month by revealing that Inbox would be rolling out to apps customers "imminently." A few days later, Google invited apps administrators to indicate interest by shooting an email to [email protected] Soon after that, surveys began going out to interested admins, and today it looks like some apps customers have been granted access to Inbox for their apps accounts.

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Cyanogen OS Switches To Boxer As Its Email Client — Fresh New Interface And Premium Features Coming To Users In A Few Weeks

In its bid to walk further and further away from Google in its own Android OS, Cyanogen announced a recent partnership with Boxer, the third-party email app. As of Cyanogen OS 12, which will be available in the coming weeks as an update to the OnePlus One and YU Yureka (and will launch on future devices), Boxer will come installed out of the box as the default email client.

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Google Releases Preview Of The New Google Contacts Web Interface

Anyone who has used Android and Google services long enough will probably notice how much junk has accumulated in their contacts. There's a new version of Google Contacts in the works to fix that, and you can try a preview of it right now. Unless you have a Google Apps account.

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Inbox By Gmail Will Roll Out To Google Apps Users "Imminently" According To Sundar Pichai

When Google launched Inbox last year, it was offered exclusively to users who received an invite to their personal Gmail account. Google Apps for Business (or Education) users weren't allowed in on the fun, which seemed rather weird but understandable. After all, the new email organization and interaction paradigm was built with productivity in mind, and business users are the ones that would benefit the most from that.

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