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Gmail for Android updated with ICS experience for Honeycomb users

Google has rolled out a significant update to its Gmail for Android application which is of particular benefit to users running non ICS-running devices. Google says that by updating to the latest version on an Android 3.2 Honeycomb device you will be given the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich experience with the ability to swipe to move between newer and older conversations, tap your account to access Recent labels and set custom notifications for individual labels.

Google has rolled out a significant update to its Gmail for Android application which is of particular benefit to users running non ICS-running devices. Google says that by updating to the latest version on an Android 3.2 Honeycomb device you will be given the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich experience with the ability to swipe to move between newer and older conversations, tap your account to access Recent labels and set custom notifications for individual labels.

Further to the above, Honeycomb users can now sync the last 30 days of messages allowing them to read and search messages faster whether on or offline. Froyo and Gingerbread users can reap some of the benefits as well with performance improvements and a new labels API for third party app devs.

The latest version of Gmail for Android can be freely downloaded via Google Play for all devices running Android 1.6 and up.

Source: Google Play

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