Google Introduces New Gmail App For iOS For Faster Search With Undo Send Feature — the first real overhaul in four years — for iOS, you can now retract the email before it really goes out.
The app’s much quicker than it used to be and looks better doing it. Feature-wise, you’ll finally get Undo Send so you can prevent accidentally sending emails, an improved search bar that shows instant results, and swiping to archive and delete emails has finally been added to the inbox.
If you’ve avoided the official Gmail app because it wasn’t much more than a rough rendering of the mobile site, it’s finally worth at least a look now.
Along with a more defined color scheme and more well pronounced icons, the new look (for iOS, at least) brings with it some subtle but important chances to the experience that should speed things up over all, bringing performance a lot closer to its Android counterpart.
Click “Undo” during the fairly short window and boom, the message doesn’t go through, transforming back into the draft version you were working on before sending. After that, however, you’re on your own.[indeed_popups id=1]