Google has again pushed up its Gmail iOS native application in the AppStore for iOS devices right before the scheduled shutdown of Apple’s iTunes Connect service. It was a really embarrassing moment for the Google, when they, firstly, launched the Gmail iOS native application for public with a hell of bugs in it, they forced by the user’s feedback to get the application back in their lab for further work.

After a week or more of absence from the AppStore, Gmail for iOS is now again available in the AppStore for the users with universal compatibility for devices. Gmail iOS native application can be run on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The native iOS Gmail app provides the basic layout of the Gmail web app, but with little doctored UI and provides the push notifications on iOS devices.

 

With the Gmail app, you can:
? Receive notification badges for new messages
? Read your mail with threaded conversations
? Organize your mail by archiving, labeling, starring, deleting, and reporting spam
? Keep track of important messages with priority inbox
? Auto-complete contact names as you type
? Send and receive attachments
? Search through all your mail

 

You can download the app on your device or computer by visiting the Apple’s iTunes Store direct link of the Gmail Application, as the application is still not available for some users around the web directly from the App Store. Direct download the Gmail iOS app from here.