Google has upgraded Docs, Gmail, and Sheets on the newest iPad Pros to show in full-screen modes, eliminating the black borders that were surrounding the edges.
When Apple launched the tablets earlier in November 2018, people swiftly realized that their 12.9-inch and 11-inch displays had an upgraded aspect ratio that left most of the applications with unattractive black borders that needed upgrades to fix. Some firms, such as Netflix, were swift to roll out updates to deal with the issue, and now, almost 3 Months after that, Google has lastly joined them.
YouTube’s application has also been changed to fix an error that caused the home bar of iOS to hinder the navigation icons of the app when employed on an iPad Pro latest model. These are small updates, but when so much of the appeal for iPad Pro is its bigger display, it is a shame not to be capable of making complete employment of it.
On a related note, earlier Google launched Compose Actions, a new channel for incorporating your tools with Gmail. One of main focuses of Google this year has been on making emails simpler to compose, with Gmail functions such as Smart Compose. Smart Compose allows emails virtually write themselves, providing autocomplete for common phrases and words employed when composing emails. The function has even lately rolled out on Pixel handsets.
As declared on the Google Cloud Blog, the firm has generated a method for 3rd-party services to incorporate directly inside Compose Actions, the Gmail composition. These actions are developed to save consumers the time of having to alter tabs, link they’re looking for or find the file to copy it to the clipboard, and paste inside their email. Rather, these Compose Actions will come into view directly in compose window of Gmail close to the Google Drive controls and attachments.