After a rough start, Google's Gmail app is finally trying to improve itself.
The latest update out yesterday adds long-awaited support for push notifications. That means iPhone and iPad users can receive a notice each time a new message hits their Gmail inbox.
Like other apps with Notification Center support, a new message can trigger an alert or a banner and also appear even if the screen is locked.
A couple of other enhancements grace the latest version, according to a Google blog post.
Users can configure Gmail to use an alternate send-as address instead of their Gmail address. … Read more