Gmail for iOS 2.0 Update: Redesigned, Multiple Account Support, Autocomplete


Google has just introduced a new update for Gmail for iOS on the iPhone and iPad. The app brings a redesigned interface, multiple account support (finally), autocomplete, infinite scrolling inbox and more.

Here’s what the Gmail team announced today:

Six months ago, our team set out to completely rebuild the Gmail app for iPhone and iPad to give you you a faster, sleeker, and easier experience on iOS. The result? Version 2.0. With version 2.0 of the app, you’ll get a totally new look and feel, plus a bunch of improvements like profile pictures in messages, numerous new animations from swivels to transitions and infinite scrolling in the message lists.

Change log below:

What’s New in Version 2.0
– Multiple account support
– App redesigned with a new, cleaner look
– Search predictions as you type
– Infinite scrolling inbox
– Respond to Google Calendar invites inline
– Interactive Google+ posts support
– New welcome experience

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This update looks awesome. Get this now if you’re a heavy Gmail user. Finally, some larger buttons for replying to messages.

Click here to download Gmail for iOS 2.0 and tell us what you think!

Update: Use the download link above to get this update. The App Store update process results in an error.


  • alexboot

    When trying to update GMail from App Store application getting message “the item you are trying to buy is busy or not available” . Was GMail 2.0 update pulled off from AppStore?

  • It appears this has been pulled from the App Store. “The item you tried to buy is no longer available.”

  • Try the link in our article, that worked for us.

  • Yep. It doesn’t work when you just click Update from the Updates menu. I used the link in your article on my iPhone, and that worked. So for people getting the error message, you can try that.

  • crosseyed_mofo

    multiple accounts, finally… sold

  • imadudeadam

    Holly crap. Its actually pretty great! Very surprised.. google apps are usually nonsense. 🙂

  • link from article does gives me the same “item not available” message when using the link from this article on my iphone or mac. I smell a rotten apple.

  • alexboot

    Thank you! worked well using the link

  • jabohn

    Are there any significant benefits yet to using this vs. Mail with an Exchange account?

  • AbsolutReh

    Got the same results

  • Jeff

    Anyone get account images to work? All I have are silhouettes in the app, but when I load an email message it shows my account image in there.