Just last month, Google launched the official Gmail app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. But the company isn't stopping there because they said that they will continue to release updates for the app on a regular basis. And truth be told, Gmail has received quite a significant update today.
The developers of the Gmail app have added some new features as well as improvements for the interface. First off, with the updated app you can now set custom signatures for your mobile messages. Along with that, a vacation responder was also added. Both features can be accessed by tapping the gear icon at the top of the menu view. Aside from that, the new Gmail app also has improved labels with support for nested labels.
But perhaps one of the more interesting new feature that was added is the new Scribbles feature. With this feature, you can open a canvas and scribble pretty much anything into it and it will be attached on your email. The feature is complete with brush sizes, lines, erasers, spray paints and multiple colors. We can imagine that this could be useful when you are trying to sketch something that is difficult to put into words or perhaps send an email with a more personalized twist to it. Additionally, iOS 5 users will finally get to hear a different notification sound so it is easy to for you to know whenever you receive an email.
The developers are still working on other highly requested features such as banner notifications, support for multiple logins and the ability to send-as from any Gmail configured account. The new updated Gmail app is available in the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch that runs iOS 4+.
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