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Now you can send auto-expiring emails from Gmail on your mobile

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With the recent update to Gmail, Google added a number of features to its email service. One of the new features is Confidential Mode which allows for the sending of auto-expiring messages -- although, as we have previously noted, it's not perfect by any means. Available on the web version of Gmail for a number of weeks now, the feature is finally rolling out to iOS and Android users. See also: Gmail's new 'Confidential Mode' is flawed and misleading Google responds to Gmail privacy concerns: 'we're not reading your emails' Android users can now customize Gmail swipe actions Over on… [Continue Reading]

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