Gmail App in Android added Microsoft Exchange support for all

Gmail is one of the most necessary app in our Android devices as most of us rely on the services offered by Google to send mails. Although Inbox by Gmail has replaced the Gmail app in certain Smartphones, a large section of users still use the Gmail app to view and communicate through mails. Well, if you are a fan of the Gmail App in Android, there’s good news for you. The Gmail App in Android added Microsoft Exchange support for all.

Yes, the latest update Gmail 6.4 added support for all Microsoft Exchange accounts. The feature was already added earlier through an update Gmail 5.0, but, it worked only for Nexus and Android One devices. The app already supports the IMAP and POP3 accounts such as Yahoo and Outlook.

The update is already out. If you haven’t got the update, please be patient. It will certainly come knocking the door of your Smartphone very soon.

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