Yes the topic says it all. Google for the first time manages to launch its Gmail native app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch but unfortunately all hard work seems to go in drain. We have been continuously reported by user’s angry comments over the unsuccessful app launch.
According to the received complaints the app contains several bugs and glitches which a user should not be viewing. On launching the app an error is displayed after that, one is unable to make further actions in the app. Push notifications which can be taken as a cherry on top or the main appealing feature in the iOS are also buggy and not in good working condition.
These are obvious errors which should be located in the Google Testing environment or if not Google, Apple should have caught them but both parties are unaware and they just launched an unsuccessful build of the app.
For all the new product launches, I would like to say that a beta version of the product must be taken out first because every software faces real times issues and that are only identified when the product is presented to the users.
UPDATE 1: Google has pulled down the app and have stated it has some notifications bugs due to which users are experiencing the error messages.