Looks like Android's camera may not be the only app that Google is working to overhaul.
A new report from Geek claims that Google is prepping a new version of its Gmail app that includes an updated user interface as well as some handy new features. As you can see in the screenshots above, the app is a bit more blue than the one that's present on all of our Android devices right now. The images also give us peeks at some of the new goodies that are purportedly coming with the app. Those include:
Today's report notes that Google is currently testing these new features and that the build of Gmail that we're looking at isn't likely to be a final version. That means that it's not yet known when Google might push these features out to us or when an updated Gmail app might begin rolling out. It's still nice to get a heads-up on some of the features that Google is working on for the Android version of Gmail, though, especially since it's an app that most everyone interacts with on a frequent basis. The snoozing feature sounds especially nice because it allows you to deal with an email at a later time without having to pin, start, archive or whatever else.
Which of these new Gmail features are you most interested in?