Google always stands first when it comes to giving surprises with innovative products.
This is yet another such day for Google with GMail Motion Beta.
Check out the Demo Video first and Try GMail Motion, you too will be surprised with advanced technology GMail Motion!!!
No one can come near Google!!!! Always rocking with surprises!!! Simply superb!!!
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GMail recently introduced Extra Emoticons through GMail Lab. You can use all the following emoticons now. Have fun!
Are you the one who often use emoticons in your mails? Then you have a great news today from GMail Labs.
Google introduced emoticons on October 2008 through Gmail Labs.
A new release in GMail labs, Extra Emoji, showered with a lots of emoticons.
Below is the list of emoticons released by Extra Emoji.
Using emoticons in mails are always fun and makes the mail better in terms of look and feel.
Enable Extra Emoji from GMail Labs and Have fun!
GMail 5th Anniversary
1 April 2004, the day, GMail was launched to public with 1GB mail box quota. Today, GMail celebrates it’s 5Th anniversary.
GMail BETA was released on 01 Apr 2004 and currently being used by a huge number of people. GMail BETA will be celebrating it’s 5th anniversary on coming 01 April 2009.
The initial launch was with subscriptions that are based on invitations. Few years latter it was open to public which significantly increased the number of GMail users.
However still it will be with the BETA label. Isn’t strange to have BETA for a product which is doing good(?) over five years?
Although GMail BETA often announces new features it will still have the label BETA with it.
What is the big deal in the BETA?
Well, having a bug in stable release is much different than having a bug in BETA release. Isn’t?
If this continues for few more years, no wonder if, GMail would be called as GMail BETA.
Video Chat is one of the important facility which was missing in Google. So far we would have used Skype or Yahoo for Video chatting.
Google now introduced Video Chat in GMail. Yes, this facility has been integrated with GMail and not with GTalk application.
You can install the video chat plugin to avail this feature. This plugin works in all major browsers. I have tested this in Firefox.
This will definitely be a threat to Skype. But still most of us will continue in Skype as it has more options than in Google Video Chat.
The following video demonstrates the GMail Video Chat usage.