Google has announced that Gmail support will be removed from iOS 8.

The feature, which was introduced in Android 4.2, is no longer available on iOS.

The update is due out later this year, but Google will have to go through a manual certification process to get the feature back.

Google is offering a free trial of Gmail in its new Google Plus app, though it will not let you use the service.

The company also announced today that its Gmail subscription service will be discontinued in October.

Google’s support for Gmail was previously available only on Android phones, which is why the service’s users are still experiencing the issue.

Google said in a blog post today that the support will disappear with iOS 8 and the iOS App Store.

Google says that this is a one-time update.

Gmail support for iOS devices will continue to be available for a year, until November 1, 2020.