Gmail is the official Android application developed by Google for its e-mail platform. You can use this app to add your account and manage your e-mails with ease directly on your smartphone or tablet. In terms of the user interface, you will notice the usual intuitive layout, which is shared between Google apps. The first step after you launch the application is to add your account by providing the correct credentials.
Once your account is added, you can send and receive e-mails as long as your device is connected to the Internet. This platform provides 15GB of free storage, and that's enough space for most users dealing with e-mails. The cool thing about the Gmail app is that you can use addresses from other providers as well, such as Outlook, Yahoo Mail, and so on.
You can use any service that provides IMAP/POP email. It comes with filters that block spam messages, and it will keep your account safe from hackers and other types of threats. You can configure the app to shrink messages to fit the screen, ask for confirmations when performing actions like deleting, archiving, and sending e-mails. The built-in search function allows users to find e-mails easier than browsing through the entire inbox.
Everything is well organized inside this e-mail client, allowing you to manage your accounts regardless of their origin.