New Delhi, Oct 26 :  Yahoo Mail app for Android devices is now available in seven new Indian languages — Hindi, Gujarati, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Marathi — the company announced on Wednesday.  With this update, the users whose “language setting” on their devices is set to one of the newly-launched seven Indian regional languages will automatically get Yahoo Mail in their preferred language. Also Read - 'America Ka Neta Kaisa Ho, Joe Biden Jaisa Ho': Biden Supporters Launch Slogans in 14 Languages to Woo Indian-Americans

In addition to the language updates, Yahoo Mail app on Android has added new features that are fully compatible with the Android 7.0 Nougat.   The updates include “Multi-Window View” with which users can use Yahoo Mail side-by-side with other apps.   The “Quick Actions” feature allows users can access the mail and directly reply to a message right from a notification, without having to open the app. Also Read - Android App That Detects All Chinese Apps on Your Phone Goes Viral, Crosses 20 Lakh Downloads

“You can also now quickly view and dismiss bundled notifications, or depending on your custom swipe settings, archive, delete, star, and more on each notification individually,” the statement added.  The new features are now available in the latest update (5.10). Also Read - Meet Aham, Your New Virtual Assistant To Answer All Your Questions on COVID-19 in 7 Indian Languages