Google is working on a new version of the Gmail app for Android. While the company hasn’t officially released the app, the installer file has  been ripped from an unofficial Android ROM and posted online.

There are two major changes in the new Gmail app. First, you can now select text in an email message to copy and paste. Second, there’s a new floating bar that you can use to star, forward, or reply to a message without scrolling all the way to the bottom.

There’s no word on when Google will officially start offering the new Gmail app for download.

via Phandroid

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