Gmail’s iOS app recently got a new update where they included a couple of new features that help secure your iPhone, like giving you warnings about potential hackings or dangerous links that are in your email.
For example, if you click on a link that Google thinks could be suspicious, you’ll see a warning that says “Are sure you want to proceed” or say “The site you are trying to visit has been identified as a forgery…” to prevent your phone or account from getting hijacked by a website or virus.
Google, however, has already added a similar feature to Gmail’s Android app back in May, so Apple is a little late receiving the new security add-on. So this update should be good news for any iOS users who would like a bit more protection against any type of threatening viruses on their iPhone, since the app now gives you heads up about anything that could mess with your phone’s overall performance.
Right now this update is only available for just iOS and Android, so if you would like to see how the new feature is on your iPhone, you can always be sure to download or update the app on your iOS device at the App Store.