Gmail for Android to Get Refreshed UI Soon, Leaked Screenshots Unveil

The app will allow users to pin messages, snooze them

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Owners of Android-based devices might soon be able to enjoy a brand new experience when accessing Gmail from the official client on their devices, newly leaked screenshots unveil.

Owners of Android-based devices might soon be able to enjoy a brand new experience when accessing Gmail from the official client on their devices, newly leaked screenshots unveil.

According to info coming from Geek.com, the Gmail app for Android will soon offer more tabs to separate email info, with Travel, Purchases, and Finance added to the already existing Social, Promotions, Forums, and Updates.

The app will also come with a new pinned feature, allowing users to have a specific message floating at the top of the inbox, as well as with snooze capabilities, which means that an email will reappear as unread at the top of the messages list when set to do so.

The available leaked screenshots with the upcoming application version also unveil that it should arrive with rounded profile pics, similar with those in Google+, as well as with bolded text for message subject.

The action bar in the app also appears to have been removed, now being replaced with a simple “+” button, which should allow users to easily start composing a new message.

As Android Police notes, should these screenshots be legitimate, they are showing a Gmail for Android version that is not expected to become available for users in the near future, considering the fact that it includes a great deal of changes when compared to the current software version.

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