The Good The official Gmail app for iOS from Google makes browsing your email easy, and being able to launch other Google apps from within email is convenient.
The Bad There is no unified inbox view for people with multiple Gmail accounts.
The Bottom Line The official Gmail app is a solid option with multiple account support, integration with Google apps, and more features that bring the app closer to the Web-based client.
More reasons to have two email apps
Editors' note: This review was updated October 6, 2014, with the latest features in version 3.1415926.
Gmail for iOS, Google's official e-mail client for iOS, has evolved over time into a strong offering. And the tweaks keep coming -- the latest version now works with the larger screens on both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus without zooming.
Obviously, the Mail app that comes with your iPhone lets you connect to Gmail accounts (as well as several other services), but with the official app from Google you'll get a few more options that you may have come to rely on using Gmail.
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