The app is not available for the devices running Android 8.0 or older versions. The new Gmail Go app is just a stripped version of the original Gmail app and comes with nearly the same features as the original app. The plan is to bring 1GB RAM phones with Android Go for which Google is already working with several smartphone manufacturers in India. To facilitate the task of manufacturers, Google would have chose to provide a turnkey solution with Android P. according To Bloomberg, this new version of the mobile operating system of the firm of Mountain View would provide an interface similar to that of the iPhone X, and meltyStyle you tell more about it. The latest app to receive such treatment is Google's Gmail app in which Gmail Go has been launched for Android devices.
Gmail Go does nearly everything the regular mail app can. The app package itself comes in at a slim 9.51 MB-compared to about 20 MB for the normal app-and should also take up less space once installed. This is what makes the Gmail Go work smoothly on the Android Go phone size despite its smaller memory.
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The Gmail Go offers a smarter inbox which displays messages from friends and family first, while social and promotional emails are categorized neatly for when you have time.
The app includes features from the regular version like 15 GB of free cloud storage and the priority/promo inbox sorting, but other non-essential features/objects may be missing so that the app can use less ROM and RAM. You can also set up multiple accounts on Gmail Go, it basically lets you set up both Gmail and non-Gmail addresses - Outlook.com, Yahoo Mail, or other IMAP/POP email.