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Yahoo Mail improves email inbox searching with new filtering options

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Yahoo today pushed out an update to its iOS Mail app, adding an improved search experience to the app's lineup of features. This latest update, available now in the App Store, brings the email client up to version 3.2.0.

The new search option allows users to search for a contact's name and filter the results by email or attachments such as photos or files. This would allow a user to quickly find an email in their inbox that contains an important screenshot or document. Other changes include standard performance improvements and bug fixes.

What's New in Version 3.2.0

- We're excited to introduce you to our new and improved search experience. Now, when you search for a person's name, you can easily filter the results by emails, photos, or files. We hope you love it as much as we do! Please drop us a note at aerogram-feedback@yahoo-inc.com with your thoughts or suggestions.

- Performance improvements

- Bug fixes

Yahoo Mail is available for free from the iOS App Store.

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