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Gmail 4.2 – Revamped Attachments, Better Navigation, And More!

If you haven’t heard, we’ve got an unreleased copy of Gmail 4.2. Yesterday we showed you the major new features: pinch zoom and swipe to archive/delete, and today we’ve made a few more discoveries we thought you’d like to know about.

As usual, the old (well, current) version is on the left and the new, unreleased version is on the right.

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Attachments have been totally revamped. For starters, attachments are now below your message, where they belong, instead of above, like in the current version. Here, in the right image, you can see the message text, but you’d have to scroll down to see it on the left. (Don’t worry about the missing Google Talk status. I broke mine. Guess how.)

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Facebook releases SDK 3.1 for iOS with iOS 6 integration

We have been following Facebook’s improvements to its SDK for iOS in recent months. In July,Facebook released a beta featuring iOS 6 Facebook integration and a new Dev Center for iOS developers. It has maintained that beta alongside version 3.0 of its SDK up until today with the official release of Facebook SDK 3.1 for iOS. Facebook officially announced the release of the SDK, which features new tools for mobile app developers interested in taking advantage of Facebook’s native integration with iOS 6 in their apps, on its Developer Blog earlier today.

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