Yahoo has begun the exercise of dishing out a fresh updates to its Mail app on Android and iOS. This update is sure to bring in an array of pretty functionalities among which could be the capacity to preview documents as well as disabling swiping. The update also brings in a new home screen widget as much as several grades of inbox spacing.
This updated app now allows you you preview attached documents. This way in less time, you can peep a look at the attachment without taking the hassle of waiting for it to download. This one is sure to save you a handsome buck of time including data and space.
Also coming in is the capacity to switch off the swipe-to-delete functionality. Such that the possible incidence of accidental deletion of emails is erased. Moving on, the update is accompanied with a new home screen widget which displays the unread message count for all your accounts and mailboxes.
There is also available to you the option of choosing from five separate levels of inbox spacing, which cuts across super-expanded (several lines of message snippet) to super-dense (no avatars, no message snippet).
Now looking away from these common features, the update also rolls in some platform specific functionalities. One of this is Mail on iOS is now fortified with undo send as well as contact improvements. On the other hand, the Android app now rocks Stationery themes (which you can see in the image below).
Yahoo Mail app actually just got more delicious