Kiwi for Gmail 2.0 arrives on Windows

Posted by Paul Smith on May 12th, 2017

Kiwi for Gmail furnishes users with a desktop customer for getting to a solitary Gmail account at no cost. The program additionally incorporates a Premium membership (right now .99 a year) that gives users a chance to associate up to six accounts inside a similar program (all shading coded and by means of independent tabs), alongside partitioned windows for G-Suite applications (Docs, Sheets, and Slides) and Google Drive.

The application doesn't endeavor to rethink the wheel - users will immediately perceive a comparative UI to that found in their web program. All things considered, the application has some helpful traps up its sleeve, most outstandingly the capacity to create new messages in a different window.

Users additionally pick up the capacity to get to logbook and contacts in isolated windows as well, utilizing the alternate route symbols down the left-hand side of the application.

Kiwi for Gmail introduces as a 30-day trial of the Premium adaptation, toward the finish of which the application returns to Kiwi for Gmail Lite, which works exclusively with Gmail (mail, contacts, and schedule), and is restricted to a solitary Google account.

The Premium form, which costs .99 a year for Windows clients, enables clients to interface up to six Google accounts inside the application and furthermore coordinates Google Drive and the G-Suite group of applications: Docs, Sheets, and Slides.

Once more, applications keep running in their own windows, giving clients something nearer to Microsoft Office in look and feel. Desktop easy routes for each of the three applications are likewise made amid establishment, enabling clients to stick these somewhere else for helpful get to.

Any user of Gmail who needs technical support at any point, call Gmail help phone number 1-888-306-5155 toll-free.

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