Earlier, while viewing an email on your Android’s Gmail app, Gmail usually used to ask permission from users that whether they want to view images in the mail, and then show the image automatically for specific recipients. Well, the problem is solved now as Google has recently rolled out an update for Android’s Gmail app, updating the Gmail app to 4.7.2. The update now allows images to show up automatically in the mail.
The new Gmail update for Android now offers improvements in performance for devices even with low memory, which seems to be good for users using low-end Android devices. Apart from image auto-show feature, the new Gmail update brings lot of improvements and new features to the application which includes setting up vacation responder, sending or downloading attachment of any type such as documents, PDFs, zip files, attaching multiple files at once (for Android 4.3+), ability to print emails and attachments (Android 4.4) and more.
So, Android users who are eager to update the app can head over to the Google Play Store and download the latest Gmail for Android app
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