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Google can now set Gmail as the default email app for iOS 14

Google can now set Gmail as the default email app for iOS 14

As promised on Friday, iOS 14 users can now set Gmail as the default email app for iPhones and iPads. this is A handful of updates From Google to support the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system.

Gmail version 6.0.200825 for iOS is now available Via App Store.. There is an in-app prompt to set the app as the default iOS email client. Or the user[設定]>[Gmail]Can be accessed manually.

If you remove the iOS Mail app, Gmail (or any other installed third-party app) will be the default and no user interaction is required. Google app update Last week in Microsoft Outlook.

Users can also set Chrome as the de facto browser, but the current behavior clears the defaults. When resetting the device.. It’s not clear if this is Apple’s intended process or just a bug that will be addressed in a future update.

In other Google apps, the standalone assistant client Updated today Addresses a bug in iOS 14 where voice input is not accepted when pressing the microphone. There was also Weekend refreshment Google Photos fixed a crash in the gallery.

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