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    Google Go App Is Available For All Android Devices


     

    Everyone uses essential Google apps like Gmail and Youtube but not everyone has access to high end smartphone. In order to solve this problem Google launched its "Go" edition apps in 2018 which takes up less storage space on user's smartphones and makes better use of mobile data compared with the regular version of Gmail.

    The app also offers standard Gmail features like multiple account support, conversation view, attachments, and push notifications for new messages. It also prioritizes messages from friends and family first, while categorizing promotional and social emails in separate tabs, as Gmail does.

    Now, Gmail Go was quietly made available for download to the Play Store for all users. The Play Store list for apps is almost the same, but Google specifies how the variant offers “your favorite Gmail, now lighter and just as fast.” That said, Google Go hasn’t updated the screenshots.

    When you access a regular Gmail list, the Play Store records how “similar apps” are available. This happened later this week and Gmail Go was installed on various Pixel devices running Android 11 in the US and Europe.

    However, since Google Meet is not integrated into Gmail, there is no downside. It’s not clear how the Google workplace will impact this progress.

    Other Go applications are also available to all users: Google Go, Gallery Go, Google Maps Go and Google Maps Navigation for Go. However, Assistant Go and YouTube Go are now the only apps that do not support all devices.

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