Google has been all about making account switches easier over the past few weeks.
Both Google Maps and Drive added handy gestures to make this process easier, which is great for those of us who use multiple accounts on the reg.
Now Android users can bask in this gesture glory on Gmail, too.
If switching between a multitude of Google Drive accounts is the bane of your existence, we have some damn fine news for you. The latest 2.19.332 update lets you switch between your Drive and Map accounts with ease. Praise be.Read more
Previously, if you wanted to go from one Gmail account to another on Android you would have to click AT LEAST TWICE. Maybe more if you had to re-enter your password. Unacceptable.
Gmail’s version 2019.08.18 update changes that. All you need to do is swipe up or down on your account avatar to get switching. Voila, quick inbox jumping.
If you haven’t received the roll out yet, you can download it from the APK Mirror.
If you’re an iOS user you already received this update months ago. If you didn’t notice, give it a try!
Now we just need to add in Google Keep and I’ll be happy.
As a side note, Android Police spotted that this update also contains the first sign of how Android 10’s system-wide Dark Mode will look on Gmail.
Like Google Pay it won’t be black, but rather dark blue and grey.
Several months back it was announced that the latest version of Android would be getting a system-wide dark mode. And for those of us who relish an online world of muted colours, there was much rejoicing. It's set to drop any day now with the official release of the now-dubbed Android 10, and another app has been added to the lineup. Google Pay is going dark and us light-shunning gremlins are here for it.Read more