The Gmail app for Android is currently only the fourth app to have 10 billion installations. Google Play Services, YouTube, and Google Maps are the other three apps that have reached the 10 billion install milestone from the Google Play store. Gmail, Google’s email service, has been extremely popular since its launch in April 2004. Gmail has lately received numerous modifications from Google. The most recent is an update to Google’s Undo Send tool, which allows users to undo or unsend emails in different time periods.
Google’s admission into the club with more than ten billion downloads was discovered by Android Police. It also revealed how Google Play Services, which had reached the milestone of 10 billion installations first, was followed in the same order by YouTube and Google Maps. Google Mail was the fourth application in the Google Play store to reach this milestone.
Gmail has now included a number of new features. Google’s mail service has included the option of undoing an email after 5 seconds, 10 seconds, 20 seconds, or even 30 seconds. Gmail previously included a five-second timeframe to retrieve a misplaced message. Undo Send Message is a Gmail feature. The Undo Send message feature is now available in Gmail for Web and Gmail mobile applications.