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How to Get Gmail on Apple Watch [2020]

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Gmail on Apple Watch

Apple Watch is a great gadget to have on your wrist. It lets you view & send messages, attend & make calls, view directions, play songs, and much more. Despite having so many advantages, Apple Watch lacks the support of the l app. But, there are ways available to get Gmail on your Apple Watch. Nowadays, Gmail has been a popular communication platform used by businesses across the world. So, having Gmail on Apple Watch will help you to view your emails by simply raising your wrist.

How to Get Gmail Notifications on Apple Watch?

To get Gmail notifications on your Apple Watch, you need to install the Gmail app on your paired iPhone. By this method, you get only notifications on your Apple Watch. You can’t read or reply to the emails.

Step 1: Launch the Watch app on your paired iPhone.

Step 2: Under the My Watch section, tap the Notifications menu.

Step 3: The list of the applications that you installed on the iPhone will appear. Scroll down and select the Gmail app.

Step 4: Enable notifications by tapping on the toggle.

Step 5: From now, you will receive Gmail notifications on your Apple Watch.

Gmail Notifications on Apple Watch

Use WristMail for Gmail

WristMail for Gmail is a premium application that lets you read and reply to your Gmail messages. However, it is not advisable to link a third-party application with your Gmail account. Moreover, you need to pay $1.99 to download this app.

Wristmail for Gmail

If you decided to use the WristMail app, we aren’t responsible for any privacy issues which arose while using this app. Download Wristmail for Gmail app on your Apple Watch and link your Google account to read and reply to your emails.

Final Thoughts

The lack of official Gmail support means you have to rely on third-party tools to view and reply to emails from your Wrist. However, they aren’t recommendable due to certain privacy issues. We will update you once the official Gmail support was released for watchOS.

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