Googles Gmail for iOS Now Gets Payments, & Snooze Email Features


A year after presenting the capability to send or ask for cash on Android app, Gmail is lastly extending its pay pals include to its iOS users. The Send out Loan through accessory option is now offered on iOS, and is powered by Google Pay.

As part of the Gmail for iOS variation 5.0.180422, iOS users will be able to send and ask for cash from Gmail utilizing the Google Pay function. The feature lets Gmail users pay anybody with an e-mail address – the recipient does not necessarily have to utilize Gmail. Noteworthy, Apple’s own Mail application does not support Apple Pay or Apple Pay Cash, making the launch by Google rather fascinating.

IOS users will also be able to snooze emails. The feature makes the e-mail disappear for a while then appear later as a fresh e-mail. Users will have the ability to pick the pre-programmed amount of time for which an e-mail will be snoozed.

Gmail for iOS v5.0.180422 is now noted on the App Store, and the snooze performance is supposedly presenting gradually to users, so in spite of updating to the most recent variation of the app, you might have a wait a little while for snooze to become readily available.

To recall, Gmail for Android got the snooze function late last month. Alongside, another new function was spotted – the capability to ‘Mark unread from here’, enabling users to mark all succeeding mails in a mail chain as unread after a particular point. An APK teardown at that point in time had likewise suggested Google may quickly provide personalized swipe actions to users.

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