One of the things I like most about Google (ok, maybe it's easier for me to list the ones I don't like: p) the company's constant process of updating and enhancing its various products and services. Today, the product of the time Gmail.
The change, which is apparently very simple and small, should be welcomed by users, as they end up with the upper bar fixed when reading a message, causing the options menu, through which users can archive and delete messages. , float above the currently read message. By tapping the arrow down, the user can easily respond, move, mark, print and report messages.