Google has launched an Inbox by Gmail app for iPad, in order to make it a native build app in the device.
The app was launched last October and now the company has rolled out version 1.2 which includes an interface optimised for the tablet’s large display.
According to reports, the iPad version of the app is consistent with the Android app. The app was released late last year and supports Android Wear devices.
The app will allow users to see order updates, flight statuses, reservation details and pictures without opening the message, and users will be able to snooze messages and reminders according to their choice.
Inbox by Gmail is not open for all as users, and users will have to email Google to request their own invite to test the app.
ZDNet reported Google Apps developer advocate Wesley Chun as saying: "EMAPI v2 will be turned down on November 1, 2015, so you should switch to the Gmail API soon.
"To aid you with this effort, we’ve put together a developer’s guide to help you migrate from EMAPI v2 to the Gmail API. Before you do that, here’s your final reminder to not forget about these deprecations including EMAPI v1, which are coming even sooner (April 20, 2015)."