Google Overhauling Android OS to Lure iPhone Users

Gmail Go for low-end devices arrives on Google Play

Alphabet Inc's Google controls the Android software, while other companies manufacture the devices.

According to Google's research, "76% of Canadian kids between the ages of 2-12 now own or share a tablet and 37% own or share a smartphone". The app is the latest in a recent lineup of Google apps aimed at low-end smartphones, and should now be showing up in the Google Play Store for such devices. Bloomberg reported it is also expected to improve the battery life of Android devices and be able to handle newly designed phones including ones that have multiple screens or screens that can be folded.

Remotely lock your child's device when it's time to play, study, or sleep.

The Gmail Go app is basically a lighter version of the Gmail app, but supports nearly all the basic features of the main app, including multiple account support and letting you set up non-Gmail accounts such as Yahoo mail, Outlook.com or any other IMAP/POP accounts. Google has launched a lighter version of the Gmail application called the Gmail Go.

The app also supports the convenient conversation view that groups emails for all IMAP, POP3, and Exchange accounts under one roof. Google has also provided support for sender images and swipe actions within the conversation list.

The Gmail Go app comes with smart inbox section which keeps all the email that you receive well organised just like the original Gmail app. This feature works as online and offline so you can directly read and respond to the emails right from the home screen of your entry level Android Go smartphone.

15 GB free storage: Although Google says that users can forget about deleting messages to save space, 15 GB is already is available to the current users. "Plus, find messages quickly with powerful search and lots more".

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