November 20, 2008

I heart Google


I bet more than half of you out there have tried the new Gmail themes... Talk about brightening our email experience. Well yeah, Yahoo and the rest did have customization of the inbox... But that was like just making it look purple or blue to suit the colour of choice. But Google has taken the customization to a whole new level. The picture above is just one of the many new themes that GMail is offering. Amongst others, there is a theme that provides weather, one that changes according to your location n what not. Sure it's all just for timepass, but passing time hasn't been this fun ever. Oh and has anyone tried their new video chat? It totally rocks... Talk about an all-in-one window. Cheers to Google!

7 comments:

calibergemini said...

the power of Google and Apple rather I should say the one-two punch of Google and Apple will be too much for Microsoft. I am and hope to completely, slowly wean away from MS. If only Apple joined in favour of the Open Source. Sighhhhhhh

Ram said...

I am a big fan of Google and an old fan of Microsoft. I believe that they can both coexist in the webspace. This time, Google was one step behind Microsoft in introducing themes. Hotmail or Live Mail brought it in much earlier than Gmail did today. Yes, they did not have so many themes, but the concept was theirs, even dating to Win95 themes.

Seshadri said...

it suprises me that u use IE..

Seshadri said...

and calibergemini rings a loud bell. and its very annoying! Cannot figure out why it rings a bell. Am certainly not confusing it with capgemini. please throw some light..

bell = ctrl+G = yahoo messenger = yahoo handle = caliber gemini

Oh yeah! is it Mr. Shivakumar Shankar? Why don't you make your blog more public friendly.

Sachin said...

Still I liked the "Better Gmail" add-on on Firefox. Looks much advanced and in-sync with the browser theme. I hope though, the Google catches-up with more such themes.

Jaya said...

People -> Glad you all have so many opinions and are expressing them all. keep it going!

Sesh -> I use IE at home and Firefox at work.. so depends on what post you check for the browser.

seshadri said...

I was thinking Chrome...

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