Gmail makes it easy for Google account users to access their email. On an Android device, the app displays emails in several formats. A user can see all mail or email topic categories marked Primary, Social, Promotions and Updates. Custom folder creation also exists.
The clean, white background and user-friendly interface displays new email headers in bold font and read email headers as gray text. Users can also organize emails using stars and important label tags. They can add a gold star or arrow label to any email that they need to locate quickly later with a simple screen tap. For quick email composition, Google presents the oblong Compose button in an easy-to-locate hovering position near the bottom of the main screen.
Although Google doesn't provide drop-down, instant-access to all other Google apps and resources within Gmail, it does give users one-touch access to the Calendar and Contacts apps. Additionally, users can arrange and hold meetings with people from their contacts list. Meeting hosts can even share a uniquely generated meeting code with anyone.
Gmail doesn't make deleting a large volume of emails easy. That said, users can download emails to offline storage and print them. Lastly, users can snooze specific senders to prevent receipt of emails for a preset or custom time period, block senders entirely and report spam. They can also add additional Google accounts and switch between Gmail inboxes.