New Gmail 4.7 update brings ZIP file downloading, file attachments, and more [DOWNLOAD]. One of the coolest things about GMail, in its desktop iteration, is the feature set. Reading, downloading and extracting Zip files is an essential tool of today's lawyer. I get emails every day with pleadings, motions, documents, and other stuff; and, they can be very large files. Many of my correspondents zip a group of files together in a zip file. GMail allows me to download, extract, and send the files to a folder on my computer with a click of the mouse. I can then access them at my leisure with PDF Converter Professional, my pdf software. Adobe users can do the same. I store scans or downloads of pdf versions of all files in all of my cases in PaperPort 14, which creates thumbnails of every file in an Explorer like interface. Now, the Android version of GMail allows me to do the same thing. Of course, since I still don't use Google Drive for confidential client files, I have to email them to myself. But, you can't have everything. Usually, I will just route mobile accessed email to a folder that I can view when I am back at the office or at home. Ain't technology wonderful?