Google has updated their two apps namely, Gmail and stock Camera app with new feature and bug fixes. Mainly both the apps received major overhauls, performance and little visulas wise.
Let’s first talk about Gmail, the new version includes a new feature of attachment to attach files from Drive. Also there’s new better autocomplete feature which will see while searching for emails and address. Here’s what Google Mail developers said :
It’s now easier for you to share files with friends and family—simply insert Google Drive files directly into your Gmail messages on your Android phone or tablet. If the file isn’t shared with the person you’re sending it to, you’ll get the option to change your sharing settings before you send it. And you’ll notice improved autocomplete suggestions for your contacts when composing messages—just start typing in the To, Cc or Bcc field to see better suggestions, faster.
Next up is the Google Camera App, which brought Android Wear shutter support. Means your smartwatch can now act as a remote shutter button for your smartphone.
You can download the apps by heading to the source links below.
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