Google has released a wave of updates to its Drive storage and Android Gmail app in a bid to boost the services' enterprise appeal.
The Gmail update is designed to make it easier to manage multiple accounts from the Gmail Android app, and adds improved support for non-Google email accounts.
"Today's improvements to the Gmail app for Android make it easy to manage all your mail from all your accounts (yes, even @yahoo and @outlook) while you're on the go," explained Google software engineer Régis Décamps.
"Starting today you'll be able to view all your mail at once, regardless of which account it's from, using the new ‘All Inboxes' option. This way you can read and respond to all your messages without having to hop between accounts."
The update will also add thread support to messages from Yahoo, Outlook.com and other IMAP/POP accounts being viewed in the Gmail app, meaning that users will automatically be able to view all previous messages in an email correspondence.
It will also improve the app's search functionality and auto fill features, and add support for larger attachment previews and the ability to save to Drive with a single tap.
The Drive update, meanwhile, increases integration between the storage service and Google+.
"Starting today, the photos and videos you keep in Google+ Photos will also be available in Google Drive," explained Google Drive product manager Josh Hudgins in a blog post.
"To get started, just look for the new Photos menu in Drive for Android, iOS and the web. From there you'll be able to manage your photos and videos alongside other types of files."
The updates come during a wider push by Google to improve its services' business appeal. Prior to the Gmail and Drive releases Google released an Android 5.1 Lollipop update.
The update made fixes designed to improve Android's stability and speed, and included a new Device Protection security service.
Device Protection adds a layer of protection to data stored on lost or stolen devices and lets users set them to remain locked until they sign in with their Google account, even if someone resets the device to factory settings.
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