Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Gmaill officially abolishes invitations

According to Google's Chinese Official Blog, Gmail opens up for everyone around the world today. It says:

April's Fool 2004, Gmail starts its beta testing on invitation basis. Over the past two years, from one single invitation till today with over 10 millions of users covering 42 languages globally.

It sounds that we are watching Gmail grow from a child and today it graduates (yet it is still in beta). Sign up for Gmail on its homepage! The Google guys had done a great job in bringing a revolution over free webmails. From giving over 2 gigabytes of storage, AJAX interface, chat with browser, etc. I am hoping to have another surprise on Gmail's four-year-old birthday.

P.S. The previously mentioned Help Center page is back. And Gmail Fetcher is confirmed to be a feature for all.

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