Gmail for Android saves attachments to Drive

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gmail-save-drive According to The Next Web, a new version in Gmail for Android, not yet available for Brazil, will offer the ability to save attachments to Google Drive.

With the arrival of low-cost devices, such as the Motorola Moto E, the possibility of saving files in the cloud is a great way to save files without having to download them to the memory of your devices.

Another novelty will be in the spam folder, introducing a detailed message as to why a particular email was sent to the spam folder.