Slowly but surely, Google is starting to bring some of Android’s core apps to Google Play and today that trend continues. The company recently added its stock Email application to the Play Store, making it available to folks with eligible gear like Nexus or select Google Play edition smartphones and tablets. In the past, Mountain View has opened its base apps up to most devices, so it’s possible that we may see its Email app get the same treatment at a later time.
In addition to making its Google Play debut, this revitalized Email app ships with increased security for Gmail accounts, improved setup, printing support and the standard set of unspecified bug fixes found in almost every software update known to man. If you’d like to sample Google’s official take on email for Android, head on over to the Play Store and see if your device qualifies for this new addition.
(via Android Central)