Google has re-released their native Gmail App for iOS in the Apple App store two weeks after their first release, which was a huge fail and they pulled the app from the App store within few minutes of its release. The new version or the re-released version of the Gmail App, solves the notification problem which was present in its first release, but apart from that Google hasn’t added anything new in this version.
In a statement given by Google regarding the re-release of Native Gmail App, they have said “Two weeks back, when we first introduced our Gmail app for iOS, a bug appeared which broke the iOS notifications and displayed an error message, which made us to remove the App from the App Store. Now, we have fixed the bug and notifications are working fine, and the app is back in the App Store”.
It is true that the new version has no errors in the notifications which was present in the first version but it doesn’t comes with any new features, which I seriously believe will affect the popularity of this App among the iOS users.
We may see new features with the future releases but at this moment, it is very clear that they will have to add some interesting feature to the native Gmail App. Otherwise the application will be favored as the next version of Sparrow for IOS.
If you are using the Native Gmail App in your iOS device, do share your thoughts and opinions about this App with us, via the comments section below.
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