If you are someone who uses Gmail frequently, especially to send and receive large attachments, here’s a piece of good news for you. You can finally receive emails on Gmail of up to 50MB directly. This was previously capped at 25MB only.
The update was announced earlier today and will be rolled out over the next couple of days. Google realises that sending and receiving attachments is an important part of email exchanges, which is why they are updating the service, allowing you to directly receive larger files.
Sadly though, sending size limit remains at the same 25MB. To send larger files, you will have to do it through Google Drive or similar services. Hopefully Google will fix this and allow users to send larger files too.
Speaking of Google, as promised, the internet giant has started rolling out Google Assistant to all Android 6.0 Marshmallow and Android 7.0 Nougat devices. The feature will be rolled out “through an update to the Google Play Services”, so do check back on the Google Play Store on your device to see if you have it yet.