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Google is killing offline access to the Gmail service

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Offline access to the Gmail service is an element that has come, gone and changed previously, and 2018 will be the same. While Google’s declaration Wednesday that it will pull the plug on Inbox got a great deal of the consideration, it likewise uncovered that the old Gmail Offline Chrome application would be terminated after December third.

For an option, Google has arranged a native offline experience in its ongoing overhaul of Gmail that syncs up to 90 long stretches of messages and keeps everything recorded in a similar natural interface. That implies in the event that you need offline access to the Gmail (helpful for flights or different areas that consolidate dodgy WiFi with a conceivable need to pull up old messages) you should change to the new experience – we trust you like it.

After Google chopped out its development of Gears (recollect Google Gears?) in 2009, the Chrome application touched base in 2011, bringing HTML5-controlled access close by an update to its still-fresh out of the box new Chrome OS stage.

Be that as it may, as the years have moved on, program innovation and security have advanced, so now Progressive Web Apps are the innovation supporting disconnected Gmail bolster in Chrome 61 or higher.

Other than changing to the new experience, clients should empower offline access in their settings, and on the off chance that you have a school or work account, your G Suite administrator may need to permit it also.

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