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Gmail for iOS gets new interface; Apple and Fortnite Support Also Get Updates

And we're here again with the most significant updates from popular or relevant App Store apps! Let's take a look at them.


Gmail app icon: Google Email

The world's most popular email client is bringing to its applications (both iOS and Android) several of the visual changes it has received on the web over the past year all in keeping with Google's “new” visual language, called Material Design 2.

The changes are subtle and will not make anyone feel in a different app, but bring more white space and lower information density indeed, just like in the browser, you can now choose from three information density models for those who like to see more things. at the same time and for those who prefer cleaner looks.

The animations also received news, now more subtle and more based on the laws of real world physics. It is now easier to switch between accounts registered in the app in the new Gmail, this task can be performed in the search bar, and not in the sidebar. The update also brings the spam alert introduced in the web version a few months ago.

New Gmail for iOS

The new Gmail for iOS and Android is slowly being released in App Stores around the world, and should reach all users over the coming weeks. Did you like it?

Apple Support

Apple Support app icon

Meanwhile, the official app of Apple Support It also has new features specifically in its lower bar, which replaces the "Account" tab with a new search engine which makes finding a specific tutorial or article much simpler.

To access your account, now simply tap your user icon on the "Discover" screen.


Fortnite app icon

Finally, one of the App Store's most popular games has brought interesting improvements to gamers around the world. Version 7.30.0 for iOS brings as main novelty support for joysticks and MFi controls for iPhones and iPads, providing much more precise and precise gaming sessions.

The update also brings some bug fixes and minor interface enhancements, such as updating some buttons that appeared in lower resolution than the rest of the graphics.