You no longer need to manage Apple’s email application on your iPhone or iPad. However long you’re running iOS 14, iPadOS 14, or higher, you would now be able to set an third-party email customer as the default.

Prefer Gmail? How about we set it up!

  • To start with, head over to the App Store and download the most recent version of the Gmail application. Once you’re set, “Settings” on your iPhone or iPad.
  • Scroll down to “Gmail” and tap it. You can likewise type “Gmail” in the search bar at the top, on the off chance that you like.
  • Tap “Default Mail App.”
  • Select “Gmail” from the list, and you’re finished!

Gmail is presently the default email application on your iPhone or iPad. At whatever point you tap a “mailto:” link, it will presently open Gmail rather than Apple’s “Mail” customer.

You can likewise set some other viable email customer (including Outlook) as the default in the event that you choose to switch again later.

While you’re at it, you may likewise need to supplant the default internet browser with Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

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