Now you can check non-Google accounts on the Googlemail iPhone app

You can now check non-Google accounts on the Gmail iPhone app

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Does anyone out there still how to use email other than Gmail?  

Google announced today that it’s testing a brand new feature that will allow select users to check on their emails on the Gmail iOS app. It’s compatible with email addresses through services such as Yahoo, Live, plus Outlook (yes, that’s still the thing).  

Anyone who has the non-Google email can apply to sign up for the beta program: You just need to have iPhone, and to make sure you’re making use of iOS 10 or later.  

It’s an exciting opportunity, but remember that will as with any beta feature, there’s a possibility it won’t work as well as you would like.  

This is only news regarding Apple users—Android’s Gmail app continues to be allowing this since last Feb.  

But it’s also the next step a lengthy and rocky road of cooperation between Google and Apple, companies who are in cutthroat competition through the tech sphere. Though Google possesses and develops Android, the main rival to Apple’s iOS, it’s demonstrated willingness over the past year to continue to back up Apple’s products for the good from the users. Gmail made a new safety feature compatible with its iOS 11 app in August, after debuting the product for its Android counterpart in-may.  

That said, Gmail has already established its eye on the future within the past few months, with artificial intelligence top the charge. An update that will looks to preserve the past, in the form of e-mail services that are consistently becoming much less relevant and popular, seems like an amazing step back. f8a1 8652%2fthumb%2f00001


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