New Gmail features, Spotify's free version gets way betterToday's top tech stories include Gmail's brand new features, Instagram letting users download their data and Spotify's free service opening up on-demand track listening.
This is CNet and here are the stories that matter right now. Gmail is getting a substantial upgrade over the next few months and new features are available now. Some of them include a Snooze feature that lets you put off replying till the time is right, hovering over options, priority notifiers, and a new right side panel. That's just the tip of the iceberg though. For more, head over to c net dot com. Facebook owned Instagram is following suite letting its users download all of their collected data in compliance with new European privacy regulations that have gone world wide. For now, users can only access the download for the desktop version of the site. Which will take roughly 48 hours after request. And finally, the free mobile version of Spotify is about to get a lot better. The company has announced unlocked on demand listening as long as your songs are one of your 15 personalized discovery playlists. It boils down to roughly 750 songs so while it's not complete and total track selection freedom it's certainly better than essentially letting Spotify hit the shuffle button. You can stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNet Tech Today app in the Apple or Google Play store. [MUSIC]