August 4, 2020 By Swapnil Suryawanshi


Gmail is a free email service developed by Google. Users can access Gmail on the web and using third-party programs that synchronize email content through POP or IMAP protocols. Gmail started as a limited beta release on April 1, 2004 and ended its testing phase on July 7, 2009. 

Users: 1.5 billion (October 2018)Created byPaul BuchheitDate launched: 1 April 2004Content licenseProprietary softwareAvailable in: 105 languagesWritten inJavaScriptAjax .

How do I sign in to Gmail :

  1. On your computer, go to
  2. Enter your Google Account email or phone number and password. If information is already filled in and you need to sign in to a different account, click Use another account.

How do I create a new email account ;

To create an email account:

  1. Log in to the control panel.
  2. Click on the Email tile to go to mail administration.
  3. Scroll down and click New account.
  4. Enter the new email address that you want to create, and a password for the email account.
  5. Click Create account.

Is Gmail an email :

Gmail is a free email service offered by Google. Summer usually means a vacation from your Gmail inbox.

Gmail running on Android

How do I open Gmail on my phone :

How to add a Gmail account in Android

  1. Open the App Drawer. …
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Go to Accounts > Add account, and then select Google.
  4. At this point, you may be asked for a password, fingerprint, or pattern.
  5. You’ve arrived at the Add your account screen, so enter your Gmail address and tap Next.

Features :

Storage :

The Gmail webmail interface as it originally appeared

  1. On April 1, 2004, Gmail was launched with one gigabyte (GB) of storage space, a significantly higher amount than competitors offered at the time.
  2. On April 1, 2005, the first anniversary of Gmail, the limit was doubled to two gigabytes of storage. Georges Harik, the product management director for Gmail, stated that Google would “keep giving people more space forever.
  3. On April 24, 2012, Google announced the increase of storage included in Gmail from 7.5 to 10 gigabytes (“and counting”) as part of the launch of Google Drive.

Interface :

Main article: Gmail interface

The Gmail user interface initially differed from other web-mail systems with its focus on search and conversation threading of emails, grouping several messages between two or more people onto a single page.

Gmail supports multiple languages, including the Japanese interface shown here.

Language support

Gmail supports multiple languages, including the Japanese interface shown here

As of March 2015, the Gmail interface supports 72 languages, including: ArabicBasqueBulgarianCatalanChinese (simplified)Chinese (traditional)CroatianCzechDanishDutchEnglish (UK)English (US)EstonianFinnishFrenchGermanGreekGujaratiHebrewHindiHungarianIcelandicIndonesianItalianJapaneseKannadaKoreanLatvianLithuanianMalayMalayalamMarathiNorwegian (Bokmål)OdiaPolishPunjabiPortuguese (Brazil)Portuguese (Portugal)RomanianRussianSerbianSinhalaSlovakSlovenianSpanishSwedishTagalog (Filipino)TamilTeluguThaiTurkishUkrainianUrduVietnameseWelsh and Zulu.

Native toSouth AfricaLesothoEswatini
RegionKwaZulu-Natal, eastern Gauteng, eastern Free State, southern Mpumalanga
Native speakers12 million (2011 census)[1]
L2 speakers: 16 million (2002)[2]
Language familyNiger–CongoAtlantic–CongoVolta-CongoBenue–CongoBantoidSouthern BantoidBantuSouthern BantuNguniZundaZulu
Writing systemLatin (Zulu alphabet)
Zulu Braille
Signed formsSigned Zulu
Official status
Official language in South Africa
Regulated byPan South African Language Boa
Gmail Transport Encryption by Country

Gmail transport encryption by country.

2018 redesign

In April 2018, Google introduced a new web UI for Gmail. The new redesign follows Google’s Material Design, and changes in the user interface include the use of Google’s Product Sans font. Other updates include a Confidential mode, which allows the sender to set an expiration date for a sensitive message or to revoke it entirely, integrated rights management and two-factor authentication.