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Google is testing a simultaneous access to multiple accounts to Gmail for iOS

Google is testing a new feature of Gmail that allows you to control multiple accounts from email app for iOS.

The company announced the update in his Twitter, on 17 October 2017. A new feature will allow owners of Apple products to use all the features that were previously available only to users of Android devices. The system received support before, because Gmail is your primary email service.

At the moment access to multiple accounts in the email client for iOS remains at the stage of alpha testing, but soon Google is going to open beta test. For participation in it the user will need to have a device with iOS 10 or later version and installed the mail client from Google. The company also plans to conduct beta testing using Apple’s TestFlight, since full integration would require an unscheduled update to Gmail.

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