Gmail app for iOS faces bug; sends duplicate mails

The Gmail app for iOS is facing a bug - it sends out a duplicate mail after the original mail has already been sent.

Published Date
20 - Dec - 2012
| Last Updated
20 - Dec - 2012
Gmail app for iOS faces bug; sends duplicate mails

Google says that it is aware of the duplicate mail-sending bug on the iOS Gmail app and is working on a fix. The bug seems to be limited to the Gmail iOS app and not the native mail app on iOS.

Recently Google updated the Gmail iOS app with a cleaner look and support for multiple accounts. Apart from the cleaner look and multiple accounts support, Google has brought in a number of new features to the app that make it easier to use. Messages now display a contact's profile image on Google . The details of each contact participating in a group chat is shown immediately.

The updated app allows users to RSVP to Google Calendar invites and 1 and comment on Google posts directly from the app. The inbox scrolls infinitely as you swipe through your inbox, which is considered to be a major improvement on loading it screen by screen. You can red the complete details of the update here.

If you haven’t, you can check out the Gmail app for iOS here. If you are a user of the app, we would like to hear if you too are facing the same problem with the app. Let us know in the comment section below.

Source: The Next Web

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