Life is made up of details. And it is in this sense that the latest novelty in Google’s email client app for Android is centered. The most unnoticed will certainly not notice that Gmail has new animations in its icons.
As noted by Android Police, the latest version of the Gmail app for Android features new animated icons that you see when you perform certain actions. These will appear when you try to delete, move, mark or archive a message on the service.
Everything will depend on the movement you make with your finger. As you can see in the example shared by the source, we see the envelope or trash bin icon in motion when the slide is made to perform the desired action.
For many, this may be just a detail. But certainly for those who use the app daily and have to manage a lot of emails, they will thank you for these animations that certainly help to avoid mistakes. As well as the background colors for each action.
You must keep in mind that, to have access to these animations, you must have installed at least version 2021.03.07 of the Gmail app for Android. Version that seems to be common to most users.
Google Gmail is one of the email management apps most used by users, especially on smartphones with Android operating system.
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