Image credit - Ausdroid

Image credit – Ausdroid

If you are someone who uses their phones to send emails quite often and you miss the ability to paste formatted text and images into emails, you’ll be pleased to learn that Gmail for Android has been updated to allow users to now paste formatted text and images into the Gmail for mobile.

According to the changelog, “You can now edit text in line or copy-paste content from the web while keeping the original text formatting.” Basically what this means is that if you wanted to be able to paste text and images as you see them on the web, you will now be able to do so on your smartphone.

Note that for now it seems that this feature seems to be limited to the Android version of Gmail. The iOS version of Gmail was last updated on the 30th of November but its changelog does not have any mention of this new feature, while the Android version was updated on the 1st of December with the feature.

However we expect that it should eventually get it as well as Gmail on platforms tend to offer up similar experiences. In case you haven’t updated your app yet, you’ll be able to grab the latest version from the Google Play Store.

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