Gmail for iPhone updated with snooze feature and ability to send money

Gmail for iPhone updated with snooze feature and ability to send money
Google I/O is upon us and, as always, some of the search giant's apps and services are getting updated with new features and improvements. Gmail is among those apps that got a few enhancements but only on iOS. In fact, at least one of the new features that made it to Gmail for iOS is already available on Android for a little while.

With the latest version of Gmail for iOS, iPhone users will be able to take advantage of the new snooze button that will allow them to put off emails they can't read and/or reply right away. This specific feature started appearing on Android devices last month and is now officially making its way to iPhones as well.

Another nifty improvement that Google added to Gmail for iOS is the ability to send and request money as an attachment in Gmail with Google Pay. As long as you know the email address of the recipient, you should have no issues sending money using this service.

Keep in mind that Google will be rolling out these new features in stages, so if you don't see them on your iPhone right wait, then you should wait until they reach your country.

source: App Store via 9to5mac


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