15 years since Google launched its Gmail email service, with 1.5 billion active users.
The Gmail Mail Service, set up by Paul Bochit on April 1, 2004, started with a primary storage capacity of 1 gigabyte per user, while the service currently provides 15 gigabytes per user. Users can now receive up to 50 megabytes of email, including In those attachments, while they can send email messages up to 25 MB.
Gmail is Google’s lucky card. One year after it was launched, Google has launched Google Maps, now the most popular service. Google also bought Android and YouTube, the largest mobile operating system and video sharing site.
The company also developed the Chrome browser, which replaced Microsoft Internet Explorer as a preferred option for end users, with all Google products more than one billion users, as the Android system alone operates about nine out of every 10 smart phones shipped worldwide.
In January, Google released a new interface design for Gmail for phones that includes new visual applications, as well as many features. As part of the new design, users will be able to quickly view attachments like photos without having to open or scroll through the entire conversation.
Google is also testing a host of new inbox features such as installed messages, reminders, and class packs for the new Gmail for Android. Google introduced the redesign of Gmail in 2018 and added many new features, including smart response, And follow-up procedures, as well as attachments and images embedded in Android.