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Gmail 2019.10.20.278647676 Update – Improved Usability and Performances


Every smartphone is equipped with a native email organizer app and the one that Google’s Android offers is the best one available in 2019. We are talking about the famous Gmail which has made its name in the Android community thanks to the plethora of features and the premium user experience that it offers. Gmail is such a useful app to have around that even iOS fans are choosing it over the native iOS email organizer app that Apple has equipped its iPhones with.

Considering the fact that Google is the company that is in charge of Gmail, then it should come as no surprise that the email organizer is being updated on a daily basis with software improvements and bug fixes. In fact, a brand-new update has just started rolling out and today we are going to cover everything there is to know about it.

Gmail 2019.10.20.278647676 Update

If you are a fan of the features that Gmail has to offer, then we have some great news to share with you. As previously noted, the email organizer has just received a new update and it sports the 2019.10.20.278647676 version number.

The update is being rolled out via Google’s official OTA (over the air) channels and we area advising everyone who uses Gmail daily to keep their smartphones connected to a stable Wi-Fi network so that they can be among the first ones to access all the improvements that it brings.

Software Improvements

According to the patch notes included in the release by the developers of Gmail, the new update doesn’t come with any new or exciting features and instead, it aims to improve the overall performances of the email organizer by adding bug fixes and software improvements. Therefore, Gmail’s performances are going to be much faster and stable after installing the new update.


  1. Unfortunately this version breaks the access to many e-mail providers, like Outlook-365 or Zimbra, with a cryptic message :

    “Gmail’s security settings are more secure than those set by your IT admin. Contact your IT admin for help.”

    No requirements on Cyphers or other SSL stuff is available from Google (or at least I could not find it!).

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