Google’s ‘free email’ service now available to all users
Google’s free email service has been added to the Google Play store, offering users free access to the company’s Gmail, Google Calendar, Gmail Cloud, Gmail Drive, and Google Docs apps.
The free email app is part of Google’s plan to bring its cloud-based services to all Google devices, a move that is designed to compete with Microsoft’s Office 365.
The service will also work with other Google apps.
Users can also now sign up for the free email, which is available to sign up on iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Windows desktop computers.
The new email service will be available for free in the US and UK.
Users sign up to the Gmail free email account on their Android phone or tablet, then use Google’s Mail app to send a message.
Gmail has also added the ability to send and receive emails via SMS, which are currently not available to Gmail customers.
The Google app also has a new message editor, which will be expanded over time.
Google’s email service is available in the Google Chrome browser.