Back in July, we talked about a pretty revolutionary new launcher called Everything.Me. Differing from traditional launchers, EverythingMe aimed to putEverything You front and center on your home screen.
Gmail for Android recently received a big usability upgrade, but the app’s design hasn’t changed much since it was overhauled for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
With the addition of a left-side sliding menu and, now, a move to a cards-based conversation view, Gmail for Android is beginning to look a lot like the rest of Google’s app ecosystem: clean, simple and white.
The new look also brings some improvements to multi-email selection; gone are the strange-looking avatar boxes in place of checkboxes. It’s a small but significant workflow alteration.
The app is rolling out over the next few days, so keep watching the Play Store for that Update button.