Google has added a new email client to its Gmail service.
The app, called Abaco, is part of the company’s ongoing efforts to make its online messaging service easier for people to use on the go.
The new Abaco app is a part of Google’s push to bring more people online.
Abaco is free and available for Android and iOS.
The company has also released a companion app for Windows Phone.
Google said the new app allows users to send and receive emails from Gmail or other Google services like Gmail.
Abacos email service, which is part-free and part-paid, also allows users the ability to set up automatic notifications for upcoming emails.
The team said the app also helps people who are new to the Gmail app or unfamiliar with the service to get up and running quickly.
“The Abaco email app is designed to make email a seamless experience for everyone,” Google said in a blog post.
“By integrating with Gmail, users can manage their email, send and manage content from Gmail, and send notifications to friends, family and Google contacts.”
Abaco was originally developed for the Apple iOS app.
Google says it added the new Abaco app in January 2017.
Google is working to expand the Abaco service to other Google products including Gmail, Gmail Plus and Google Drive.
The service will also be added to the Chrome browser in the coming months, Google said.