Gmail comes out of beta
I know, I know. Pick up your jaw. We’d all rather got used to the fact that Gmail and all the Google apps were in some sort of permanent beta over the last five years. Google has now decided that the time is right for their web software to be fully-fledged in its own right but not because it’s passed a bunch of tests.
It seems that all sorts of potential users – largely in the corporate world – might have been put off by the idea of using software that was only half ready or half safe or experimental or whatever the connotation might have been. So, by removing the label, Google hopes to be removing the stigma too.
They promise to continue developing their mail and office products all the same but those of a nervous disposition may now use the joy of the software in piece. If you haven’t, I heartily recommend you do. If, however, you don’t see things Google’s way, then try this lot.
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I saw on the news that the money they dumped at Shire was fake, to represent the money he had raised. It wasn’t the actual money.
I think people must first research before writing.
I got fed up of Outlook being glitchy and had now exclusively moved to Google products. Never looked back. They’re not as richly featured but do the job well. Plus all my stuff is always there wherever I am and on whatever device I can access them from. Freedom!