Google has introduced a lot of smart features into Gmail such as Smart Reply for Android and iOS users. All street addresses, email addresses, and phone numbers will become clickable links tied to their respective actions.
Google is fixing that by updating the mobile apps on Android and iOS as well as the website and Inbox for Gmail. Starting today, addresses, emails, and phone numbers on Gmail and Inbox will be automatically converted to interactive hyperlinks. Regardless, if it means less copy-and-pasting to send an email or look up an address, I'm all for it. Just make a click on the lane address and it will open in your Google maps window. If they proceed by tapping any of three, Gmail will automatically take the user to related app. In fact, until now, it was necessary to select, copy and then paste the phone numbers or addresses. Google this year has rolled out couple of other features for Gmail in order to curb phishing attacks.
Similarly, clicking on an address will launch the Google Map application so that you can get a grasp of the exact location of the address.
Thankfully, with the latest updates for Gmail and Inbox, within the next few days you will be able to click an address, phone number or email address to access the dialer or relevant app without having to deal with switching apps and all of that yourself.
Contact numbers and Addresses will seem to be acting as hyperlinks on whichever processor it's being used either iOS or Android on mobile and in case of the web in the computer as well. If your file is greater than 25MB, Gmail adds a Google Drive link in the email instead of including it as an attachment.