The Gmail Go app will be seen next to the original Gmail app in the Play Store on Friday. But within 24 hours, the download option for non-Android Go device users is closed. In a message below the Gmail Go app in the Play Store, they were told the app was not compatible with the device.
As a result, users are not able to download Gmail Go to midrange or flagship phones. According to news media Nine to Five Google, Google mistakenly opened the app. Gmail Go uses less RAM, processing power, and data than the original Gmail app.
Gmail can’t auto-reply or attach large files, nor does the Google Meet feature. However, the app can be used for daily tasks such as viewing all the mail in the inbox, removing spam, and sending emails. Gmail first unveiled the Gmail Go app in 2018 for those who want to save unnecessary data and RAM costs.