Gmail iOS App Updated With Support For Non-Google Accounts, iPhone X Support

Google’s Gmail app for the iOS platform has finally received the much awaited update making the app even better than it already was. The app has finally been updated to support iPhone X at native resolution, which means you will no longer see those annoying black bars on top and bottom.

While iPhone X support would have been enough to get us excited, Gmail app has more to offer. The latest version of the app also makes it possible for users to add non-Google email accounts to the Gmail app, allowing them to add IMAP email addresses to the Gmail app.

With support for IMAP accounts Google has opened the app to users who don’t use the Gmail service for their email needs. It has also made life easier for those who use other accounts along with their Gmail accounts, as they will now be able to manage all of their inboxes from a single app.

You can quickly sign into Google, iCloud, Outlook, Office 365 and Yahoo accounts to the Gmail app. If you use a private server, then you can also enter IMAP email details to add your account.

You can download the Gmail app for iOS for free. 

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