Android users out there should be happy to hear that Google has released an update for its Gmail Android app, offering several bug fixes, improvements and new features. One of the most notable improvements in the latest version will be the inclusion of Priority Inbox support, a feature that Google introduced to the desktop version of the email service a few months back, allowing users to see prioritized emails easier. The new compose feature also allows users to switch between reply, reply all and forward while on the composition screen, as well as specify the outgoing account in the event that they have more than one Gmail account setup on their device. Another useful feature will be the ability for Gmail to notify you via a vibration or sound whenever you receive a message in your Priority Inbox. The new Gmail app, version 2.3.2, is already available on the Market.
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