A new update to the Gmail for Android application now lets you save an e-mail attachment directly to Google Drive.
Instead of downloading attachments to your device which takes up valuable space, you can now save attachments directly to Google Drive. Files saved to Drive are easily accessible from any smartphone, tablet or computer.
The other new features of the update, which will be rolling out to all users over the next few days, include easier access navigation, spam folder explanations and improved support for languages that are written from right to left.
In regards to the easier navigation, Google claims that users will now be able to simply swipe from the left edge of the screen to “quickly access your accounts and labels”. Other options like Settings, Help and Feedback will also be available via the swiped side menu.
The app can be downloaded via Google Play.
Recently, Google announced that it’s Gmail for Android app had been downloaded over 1 billion times.