Gmail - Email by Google

Gmail - Email by Google

By Google, Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2011-11-02
  • Current Version: 5.0.180422
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 213.16 MB
  • Developer: Google, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 203,693 Ratings


The official Gmail app brings the best of Gmail to your iPhone or iPad with real-time notifications, multiple account support and search that works across all your mail. With the Gmail app, you can: • Undo Send, to prevent embarrassing mistakes • Switch between multiple accounts • Get notified of new mail fast, with notification center, badge and lock screen options • Search your mail faster with instant results, predictions as you type & spelling suggestions • Swipe to archive/delete, to quickly clear out your inbox • Read your mail with threaded conversations • Auto-complete contact names as you type from your Google contacts or your phone • Respond to Google Calendar invites right from the app • Organize your mail by archiving, labeling, starring, deleting and reporting spam • Send and receive attachments • See profile pictures as part of the conversation



  • App won't work with new update

    By casonr1
    App is frozen since last update. Opens but no response. Edit: fixed with re-download
  • They have my support. Hands down the best for me.

    By Ms Evonne
    I have no complaints or desire to explore new avenues in search engines.
  • The Perfect App, BUT......

    By pazplus
    Whenever I try to copy directly from an email, it just goes moody! Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't! Most of the time, I am forced to hit "reply", copy the content I want, then discard the draft! Could you fix it please?
  • It always works

    By Dbartels7223
    There’s one thing I can say about works. I do a lot of email at work and gmail is a friendly system for those who want to stay organized and not be blown away by features not needed for home email.

    By Capt.K_22
    App does wornders.
  • Room for Improvement...

    By J_Andrew
    I mostly like the gmail app but I go back and forth on using it. There is a lot of improvement that could be made. The badge app icon is extremely hit and miss, mostly does not work. I would love it if the app actually updated me when I got a new email, or when I marked emails as read/unread, but it does not. Also, One inside the app I cannot swipe one direction to mark as read/unread and another to delete.... I’m sure there’s more but those are my main complaints.
  • Awful App

    By google_not
    Gmail is outdated and frustrating. Never thought I would be going backwards from Microsoft. Both the desktop and IOS app need a massive overhaul. The fact I can’t opt out of conversation view and/or delete individual emails in a conversation is sloppy and lazy. Google, please invest some of that cash to make gmail the best email product available.
  • Outlook is better

    By Consilience
    I downloaded Gmail and promptly deleted it after just a few minutes of setup. "Other settings" just did not work in the app. There wasn't a quick and easy way to set up face ID or a passcode for opening the app. I couldn't fix swiping left and right to have one archive, and the other delete. It was one or the other. Why give the option to swipe both ways if it won't do different things? If these settings are buried in "Other settings", then it's a fail because I tapped that a million times and closed and refreshed the app and it didn't work.
  • Still Pretty Horrible

    By Phil Grad
    The Gmail app used to be clean, streamlined (a long time ago now), and easy to use. Now it is garish. Colors are ugly and hard on the eyes). Much of the lost functionality from the last major overhaul has been restores, but one still can't move emails to inbox after archiving though, which is annoying when you tap a wrong icon). Seriously, even Outlook (which is abominable, but which many of us have to use for work), makes it painless to move emails to the inbox or wherever else you might want them.
  • It’s great

    By Arghya Kusum
    It’s great.