There are some big differences between the Google email service and the one that Apple had been using before the launch of its own.
The Google email has an entirely new user interface and a completely different app that has to be downloaded.
This is where the differences come into play.
Google’s email service is available as an app on the web, and it also has the option of a standalone email app that works on all devices, including Android phones.
That service is called Gmail.
Google has always been known for its robust and fast email service, and that service was the first to offer a fully native email app, which means that the Google Mail app is compatible with both iOS and Android phones as well as desktop computers.
The Gmail app is not just a mail client app that allows you to send and receive email.
Google also lets you manage your contacts, make phone calls, send and get photos, and manage calendars and reminders.
The new Gmail email service has a completely new interface, a completely fresh email app and completely different email app for all of the things you can do with Gmail.
If you want to send an email to a friend, or just reply to a message, you can now do that on the Gmail web app.
Gmail has a brand new email interface that is built from the ground up for the mobile devices of the future.
Google says that the new Gmail will run on devices running Android 4.4 KitKat, but there are also devices running older Android 4 and 4.1 Jelly Bean devices running 4.2 Jelly Bean or later.
For most people, Gmail will still work just fine as an email client.
However, some of those users will want to switch to a completely native Gmail app on their phone or tablet, and the Gmail service will no longer work on those devices.
Google wants you to switch over to Gmail’s email app as quickly as possible.
The company wants to make Gmail the default email app in your phone and tablet before any new Android phones or tablets arrive.
The email app is only available on Android phones, not tablets, so users have to be connected to their smartphones to use the Gmail email.
But Google says it is working with Android OEMs to get a Gmail app available for Android phones and tablets that are not running the Android 4 operating system.
The Android email app will be available on a variety of Android devices and there are already more than 60,000 Android devices running the Google Gmail app.
There are also plenty of Android phones running the Gmail app running KitKat.
But, of course, there are lots of Android tablets running Kitkat, too, so Google is also working on bringing a Gmail email app to those devices as well.
So, you are not going to have to wait until Google launches a new version of Gmail to switch from Google’s existing email app.
The only thing you will need to do is download a Gmail account and sign up for a Google account on your Android phone or Android tablet.
Once you have a Gmail user account on Google’s Gmail app, you will be able to create and send email messages and emails will appear in Gmail on the phone or on the Android tablet that you are using.
You can also manage your Google accounts and access your Gmail contacts, calendars and notifications from your Android device or tablet.
Google is making a big push to make it easy to manage all of your Gmail accounts, calendars, and notifications on all of these Android devices.
That means you can have a Google Gmail account on the iPhone or iPad that you have on your PC, on a tablet that is running Android, or even on a phone that is connected to the internet.
The other big difference between Google’s and Apple’s Gmail email services is that the Gmail mail service is only on Android devices that are running KitKit.
That allows Google to offer an email service on the devices that the company wants people to use most.
Google will have Gmail for Android devices on all other Android devices, and they will also have Gmail on Apple devices, too.
There is no way for users of the Google service to switch back to the email app when their phone, tablet or PC dies.
So the only way to get rid or to keep using Gmail is to have an Android phone, a tablet or a PC running Android.