Just last week, Google announced the new Gmail. It's had mixed reactions so far, I've even tried it out on the desktop (not so sure I like it). Nonetheless, it's now available for Android. It's kinda, sorta, almost available in the Play Store. But not quite. the date has changed, but version number, changelog and screenshots are the same. But hey we've got an APK for you to download and get it right now!
This update includes the auto-sorting, slideout menu on the left, and everything else that Google announced in the update last week. We've got two links down below for you to grab the update from. One is Dropbox and the other is Google Drive. Dropbox might die in a little bit, due to bandwidth, but Google Drive should still be available for everyone to download from.
To install the update, make sure 'Unknown Sources' are checked and it should work for anyone running Android 4.1 or higher. Just download the update onto your phone or tablet, and install. Easy as can be. If you run into any problems, be sure to leave a comment down below. It's just under 4MB in size, so shouldn't take too long for you to download the apk.
Let us know in the comments down below how you're liking or disliking the new Gmail. We're always open to reading our readers opinions on updates of apps.
Thanks to Android Police for sharing the APK.