The Gmail app for Android is now only the fourth application to reach 10 billion installations. The other three apps that hit the milestone of more than 10 billion installations from the Google Play store are Google Play Services, YouTube, and Google Maps. Gmail, the email service offered by Google is extremely popular since it was launched in April of 2004. Google has been adding many features to Gmail recently. The most recent one is an upgrade of Google’s Undo Send feature that allows users to undo or unsent emails in different time periods.
Google’s entry into the club with ten billion+ downloads was first discovered through Android Police. It also explained the process by which Google Play Services that had reached the milestone of 10 billion installations first was then followed by YouTube and Google Maps in the same order. Google Mail was the fourth application to hit this milestone in the Google Play store.
Gmail has now got lots of new features. Recently Google’s mail service provided the option of a variety of intervals 5 seconds, 10 seconds, 20 seconds, or even 30 seconds — during which users could undo an email. Gmail had previously offered a five-second timer to retrieve a misplaced message. Undo Send message is a feature that’s available on Gmail. Undo Send message function is now available on Gmail for Web as well as the Gmail mobile applications.