Remember when we used to copy and then paste Arabic paragraphs while chatting on the internet? Those days are long gone.
Google just launched an inbuilt Gmail Chat application that fully supports instant messaging in Arabic. In addition to the introduction of chat, Arab users will see some other changes. Because Arabic language speakers may need to use Gmail in other language settings, Google has made it easier to switch between languages. For example, you can now reply in Arabic even when your thread starts in English and vise versa.
I think it was the threat of a Gmail revolution that prompted Yahoo to increase the storage space parceled to its free email accounts last year. (Yahoo’s paid email at the time, of course, gave storage to spare. It’s an example of how the whiff of corporate competition can benefit end users or consumers.) Who remembers rummaging through our Yahoo email accounts deleting emails only weeks, if not days, old? I think Yahoo copied their color coded warning system of diminishing storage space from the easy-to-comprehend terror levels issued by the federal government. Gmail’s arrival, though, changed this – we were ready for something better. Its search-based organization, something we like to see at ConductSearch.com, figured to be a natural step for email world to take…,
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