WASHINGTON — Google has announced an update for its Gmail application for Android, "All Inboxes" wherein users can see all emails from every account in one place.
According to the Verge, Android users will no longer have to switch between screens to jump from one inbox to another.
However, there is no news about when the iOS Gmail app will showcase the new feature.
Android update to Gmail app also adds conversation view for email services beyond Gmail.
Google authorities said that all accounts like Yahoo and Outlook.com will now display emails "neatly stacked as one conversation".
Gmail for Android update will also include improved auto-complete to make searched quicker along with larger previews of attachments, the option to save those attachments to Drive in one tap and new animations.