Yahoo declared two major updates to the mobile experience for Yahoo Mail. These include a revamped mobile Web interface and the new Yahoo Mail Go app. The latter designed to run on smartphones powered by Android Oreo (Go edition).

The mobile Web version of the mailing client gets new features, a customizable design, infinite scrolling, and quick actions. On the other hand, the Go app takes up substantially lesser RAM and storage space on your smartphone compared to its traditional counterpart.

Yahoo Mail mobile Web interface

The new and improved Yahoo Mail mobile Web interface comes with shortcuts. It allows users to swipe right to mark as read and swipe left to delete the email. The mobile Web Version also gets a new sidebar with folders to organize email types.

Besides, it has been upgraded to offer new color themes with the light and dark themes. Also, supports auto-suggest while creating a new email and infinite scrolling without clicking the Next button. Users can also take actions like delete, forward and reply right from the easy access toolbar in an email.

Yahoo Mail Go edition

Yahoo Mail app the company has unveiled its new Yahoo Mail Go that has been optimized to run on Android Oreo (Go edition) handsets with 1GB of RAM or less. The app will use about 50MB of the phone’s RAM.

The mail app has an install size of just about 10MB. Notably, while Google Play currently lists the app with a file size of about 12MB, upon installation on a regular Android device, we saw an installed file size of 9.74MB.

Compared to the original Mail Android app, the new Yahoo Mail Go uses the “same architecture” to offer a similar experience. It offers features such as a dedicated sidebar with folders, swipe for shortcuts, infinite scrolling, and the likes.

Senior Director of Product Management at Yahoo, Joshua Jacobson said, “ By 2025, the number of global mobile internet users is predicted to expand by over 50 percent. We believe it is important to understand and meet the specific needs of this massive wave of new mobile users. And deliver the same first-class Yahoo Mail experience regardless of device, location, storage capacity, or network speeds”.

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