Apple introduced multitasking to its iPads a few years back, but Google’s Gmail didn't support it until now. Finally, the app will appear on the Dock where all multitasking-supporting apps are listed and can be used alongside Google Photos or Google Calendar.
Multitasking on iPad is extremely useful since it comes with a native drag-and-drop feature for texts or images.
Google said in a short message that the app should already work both for G Suite customers and end-users with personal accounts, but they must make sure they have the latest version. It also urged customers to “Allow Multiple Apps” in the Home screen menu of Settings, as well as enabling keyboard shortcuts for Gmail.
The vast majority of those people use Windows and Android. And those in the Apple ecosystem generally use other services.
Plenty of people use Gmail irrespective of Android or iOS. It's the most popular email service out there.
lol like who even uses google stuff on iOS/Mac? That's the whole idea of Apple - allows you to keep away from google and still have a fully functioning outstanding quality device.