How to avoid paying extra for Gmail

Back in 2004, Gmail’s email storage system seemed unlimited. Today, there are many cases of Gmail users’ losing email functionality because their account storage limits are full. Here are some tips for managing that storage limit without losing your data.

Apple, Google, and Microsoft allow anyone to violate your privacy with an email

Almost all email programs would notify you of potential privacy issues before loading certain emails. That’s no longer the case, so you’re probably being tracked now.

Google and WhatsApp are using AI to kick users, flag spam on a massive scale

Google is using machine learning to block more spam on Gmail. WhatsApp is trying to cut users who spread fake news as an election looms in India.

Smart Compose on Gmail to cut down on duplicative typing

Google’s Pixel phones will get a first crack at this feature, extending Smart Reply to the text field with auto-complete suggestions.

It’s the end of the road for Inbox by Gmail

Inbox debuted in 2014 as a test lab for new features that let users more easily sort out and reply to emails. Now, Google is shutting that lab down.

We’ve used the Pocophone, but all we have are Pixel 3 XL leaks | #PNWeekly 319

On the show: this year’s iPhones may hurt next year’s, Huawei’s lying to us again with its ads and everything’s leaking like crazy, so just buy a Nokia.

Android Gmail app officially has Undo Send

You know that feeling of dread after you’ve sent an email you know isn’t going to go down well at all? With Gmail on Android, you can stop that feeling.
Gmail Confidential Mode

Send confidential emails that self destruct with Gmail on mobile

Gmail Confidential Mode is now available in the Gmail application for both iOS and Android users, allowing to send self destructing, secure, messages.

Gmail Conversation View on mobile can finally be turned off

If you were among those complaining about the Gmail Conversation View being counterproductive, you are now able to disable it.

Google Tasks is exactly what we’ve been waiting for, here’s why

Learn more about what makes Google Tasks so special, as the company has finally decided to integrate services like GMail

Gmail Go allows users to read and send mail offline

How can you lighten up an email app? You send email, you receive email. That’s pretty much it. Well, it’s part of the Android Go suite of apps.

Cortana on Windows 10 finally connects to Gmail

Gmail is a dominant email service provider and it’s about time that a prominent desktop OS recognize it. It will, through its digital assistant.

Google promises to put a stop to Gmail content scans for ‘ads personalization’ later this year

No more “scanning” Gmail messages of regular consumers in addition to businesses, Google is vowing, though “personalized” ads will live on.

Google is finally bringing Smart Reply suggestions to Gmail for Android and iOS

First, it was exclusive to Inbox. Then, it expanded to Allo chats. And now, after waiting a little too long, regular Gmail users can enjoy Smart Reply.

Gmail receives support for easy, hassle-free money transfers on Android

It’s finally possible to send and receive payments through Gmail on Android devices in addition to computers, even without installing Google Wallet.

It’s now possible to receive 50MB emails in Gmail, but sending size limits are 25MB

Google makes it possible to receive larger than before email attachments in Gmail, but oddly enough, not also to send massive files.

Google Spaces shuts down April 17

Never heard of Google Spaces? Just remember what it was, but never used it? Now’s not a good time to start doing so, then.

Gmail for iOS updated to Material Design standards after four years

Gmail is getting material on those on iOS. In addition to a new look and new features, Google Calendar also has a bit of both, too.

Gmail embraces Exchange server support in latest Android update

Google’s focusing on Gmail Exchange support with the Android app’s latest update, heading out today.

Google extends mea culpa over ill-conceived, buggy Gmail Mic Drop prank

Not a fan of today’s Google April Fools’ Day pranks? The company explains what went wrong in a new Gmail Mic Drop apology.

Google brings its A game to April Fools’ with Cardboard Plastic, Photos emoji search, and more

As always, Google takes April Fools’ Day uniquely seriously, unveiling the Cardboard Plastic actual reality headset, parachute Express delivery, and more.

Gmailify brings Gmail features to third-party email accounts

Google wants everyone to see what Gmail’s features can do for their email, and its new Gmailify option lets them to just that.

Google Play Store learns to work with Gmail to highlight the best apps for your upcoming trip

Discover how a new kind of Google Play Store Gmail integration lets the service recommend apps based on the trip you’re about to take.

Gmail joins six other Google services in billion-user club

Following in the footsteps of Google Search, Chrome, Android, Google Play, Maps, and YouTube, Gmail recently exceeded a billion monthly active users.

Inbox by Gmail streamlines response messages with Smart Reply

Learn how Inbox by Gmail is looking to speed up your email responses with pre-written Smart Reply suggestions.