Gmail has introduced a new interface for its sign in page and has provided the options to preview the new interface on the old sign in page. The new interface looks pretty clean and cool when compared with the old login interface. Gmail has not undergone any changes in its inbox interface and has only changed the look and feel of the sign in page.

On the old interface, you can see a link to preview the new sign in page and once you click on that you will be redirected to the new sign in interface of Gmail. It would be much better if Gmail could bring some changes into the inbox as it really needs some more new features.
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Gmail’s calling facility was one of the best features that we have seen and we all must have used this facility to call our friends, relatives or colleagues. It is very much easy to use the call facility offered by Google and you just need to have a valid Gmail account to do this. Once you have a valid Gmail account, you can install the voice and video chat offered by Gmail and you call make calls at your will with a small payment. The video chat are free,but for the phone calls you have to pay a small amount unless you are from the US.
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In the last few weeks Gmail has come up with two new features which seems to be really helpful for all Gmail users worldwide. Gmail is one of the largest web mail service provider and is the most used free email services, with a lot of amazing features. Though it may not be having a lightning design layout or style, it has many useful features which helps it to attract a lot of new users daily. To add to the list of its features, Google has come with two interesting features and promises more during the coming months.
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Google has started sending warnings to your Gmail inbox to notify about suspicious usage of your Gmail account.  This new feature enables you to know about any unauthorized access on your Gmail account. Google sends out a warning message  stating “”Warning: We believe your account was last accessed from..” followed by the geographical location.
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