Google has updated its Gmail client application for Apple's iOS platform.
The company said that Gmail iOS client, which will run on the iPhone and iPad platforms, will sport an improved alert interface. The update, version 2.3.14159, will also allow user to fine-tune the settings on which alert messages are delvered.
The company said that the new options will include the ability to set alert messages based on priority settings, eliminating user alerts on lower priority and less important emails. Other options include the ability for users to make alert settings based on individual accounts.
Users can download the Gmail update through the iTunes App Store.
The update to the iOS Gmail app comes just one week after Google started to roll out a new interface for both the desktop and mobile versions of its webmail application.
That overhaul allows users to break their inbox down into multiple tabs and organise the look of their inbox based on various categories and settings.
The update also comes just days before Apple is expected to unveil the newest version of iOS at its World Wide Developer Conference in San Francisco. This year's edition the developer gathering is expected to include a new interface look for the mobile platform.
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