by Joshua Rotter November 12, 2015, 6:32 PM
Gmail (iOS, Android) may be a go-to email app on mobile, but I often go begrudgingly. For starters, my Gmail inbox is cluttered with myriad communication threads that are difficult to wade through, especially if they’re drawn out with quotations and signatures and have multiple addressees. Sometimes I can’t even tell where to respond. Gmail also lacks important features on mobile, such as quick access to contacts, one-swipe message deletion, and an easy unsubscribe or blocking solution. But you can improve your Gmail experience with the following five apps.
- Gmail now lets you block specific email addresses, unsubscribe from newsletters in the Android app (venturebeat.com)
- Use Gmail? Two New Features You Need to Know About (cw33.com)