Thursday 12 September 2013

Google updated Gmail interface for feature phones

An update to Gmail for users of traditional mobile phones has released and it simplifies navigation by reducing the number of steps to perform an action. Like Facebook, Google has not forgotten that millions of users around the world access to its services from standard mobile or the so called "feature phones." Hence there is a new version of Gmail to improve significantly the use of the interface. In addition to a faster operation, the update reduces the number of buttons to press to read, reply or compose email. You can more easily respond to a message directly from the main thread and navigate in a conversation with the arrows "before" and "after." The interface thus one step closer to that of Gmail for Smartphones but it still requires reloading the page for each new share.

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