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Gmail Becomes Fourth App To Reach 10 Billion Installs on Android

Google Play Services was the first app to reach the 10 billion install milestone.

Recently, the Gmail app on Android has become only the fourth app to hit 10 billion installs. The three other apps to reach the milestone of over 10 billion installs from the Google Play store are Google Play Services, YouTube, and Google Maps.

The email service from Google has been really popular since its launch in April 2004. Google has also been adding a lot of features to Gmail lately. The latest one is an update to Gmail’s Undo Send feature that allows users to recall emails within different time frames.

Gmail’s entry into the 10 billion-plus downloads club was first spotted by Android Police. It also detailed how Google Play Services that reached the 10 billion installs first was followed by YouTube and Google Maps in that order. Gmail is the fourth app to reach this number on the Google Play store.

Gmail’s now got a lot of cool features. Recently, Google’s mail service offered options of various time frames(5 seconds, 10 seconds, 20 seconds, or 30 seconds) in which users can undo a sent email.

Gmail previously had a standard five-second window to recall a mistakenly sent message. The Undo Send message functionality is available on Gmail for the Web and the Gmail mobile apps.

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Another recent update came for Google Chat in Gmail. With this, users will be able to make 1:1 audio and video calls. The company has brought the update specifically for mobile users on Android and iOS platforms.

These calls can be made only with individual users available in the chat list. Users will also see missed calls and ongoing call details from the chat roster on Gmail.

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