Random issues with this version, can't reply from an address other than that the email was sent to, never been a problem before. Also, when selecting multiple messages, used to be able to long hold on one, then just quick single click on the rest, now have to long hold every one! Random, but very irritating problems
Unable to add two Google account When trying to add another Gmail account it says enter current password. What is this current password, is it existing account password or password of account to be added. Trying many times it says try again, verify again. Baddest app from Google .needs to give it 1/2 star. Always says verify in 60 seconds but unable to get keyboard.
Strange Cursor Behavior Ever since this most recent update, when I reply to an email my cursor starts at the end of my signature instead of at the beginning of the reply window. Please fix this. I liked it better the way it used to be. This new behavior causes extra steps when replying to emails.
Hate gmail! None of the buttons are intuitive or seem to make any sense. Nothing is labeled very well. I'm sure if you get used to it it would suit your needs but I hate trying to figure this stupid thing out. Yahoo mail is much easier and makes sense
Eating up battery since last update. Using more battery than the screen. That is not acceptable. Also I am using the pop client to check yahoo mail also, but deleted mails there are re-populated in the inbox. Yahoo mails still have to be deleted multiple times. Sucks.
Server Password Change Whenever I try to send an email, I get 2 error messages: 1) sending failed, and 2) Server Password has Changed. It used to direct me to a page where I could change my security settings, because apparently my phone is an "unsecured device". So I would change my settings to allow access to unsecured devices, send the email, then switch it back. However, now I am not given this option and I can't send any e-mails! Receiving them just fine... Super annoying!
All your mail in one place. The Gmail app now supports Microsoft Exchange accounts.