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Google App Launcher allows you to easily access your Google web apps in Windows

Google App Launcher allows you to easily access your Google web apps in Windows

Anyone with a Chromebook will be familiar with the Google App Launcher. Basically it’s a small menu that contains all the shortcuts to the Google web apps you have “installed” within Chrome. Now you can have that same app launcher within Windows. Pretty much anyone who uses the Internet today will be using at least one of Google’s many services. Whether that be Gmail, Googl... »

Google Change Their Storage To Share Across Multiple Services

Google Change Their Storage To Share Across Multiple Services

Google have announced today that they have changed the way in which your account storage is shared across services like Gmail, Google Drive, and your Google+ photo’s. Before today you simply had 10GB in Gmail, and then another 5GB to use on your storage for Google Drive and your Google+ photo’s. But now the storage is shared across all three services; so let’s say for example tha... »

How To Use Your Own Domain With Gmail

How To Use Your Own Domain With Gmail

A couple of days ago I wrote about Google removing their free version of Google Apps. So on the face of things there is no way for you to use your own email domain yet have all the benefits of Gmail. Well my good people, I’m here to tell you all that this statement isn’t completely true. In this article I’m going to show you a way of having all the benefits of Gmail, yet using yo... »

4 Out Of 5 Gmail Users Want to Switch To Outlook…Apparently

4 Out Of 5 Gmail Users Want to Switch To Outlook…Apparently

I recently read an article on Microsoft Outlook Blog whereby Microsoft are stating that 4 out of 5 Gmail users wanted to move over to the new Outlook.com email service that replaced Hotmail. According to the article there are currently 25 million active Outlook users and counting. Personally I think the vast majority of these users aren’t “active users” but rather users like me t... »

Gmail & Google Drive Merged To Add Up To 10GB Attachments

Gmail & Google Drive Merged To Add Up To 10GB Attachments

Today Google have announced that you can now add attachments from your Google Drive account to an email composed in Gmail. Services that can send large attachments are nothing new, for example YouSendIt has been around for a long time, allowing users to send attachments of up to 100MB with a free account. But attachments need to be uploaded to the YouSendIt web portal. This means that the process ... »