In order to use any Google service, you need to have a Gmail account. Unlike Apple, Google doesn’t use its own domain for its email service, instead carry on with Gmail suffix. Since, you are about to sign up to create a new account now, it clearly means that either you are new to the internet itself or were using email service from any other provider.
So, here is your guide to Creating a brand new Gmail account and also a guide on logging out and in. To get going through the complete process without facing any issue, you need to stay alert and learn the process I am going to describe right away. Make sure you don’t jump any step otherwise the process may get interrupted in between.
To give you a head start, using this service by Google is 100% FREE (for personal usage). You need not to pay a thing, and also there are not many advertisements served within the interface so no distractions while you’re using it.
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Every Google account has 15GB of free storage. This storage is integrated with Gmail, Google Drive, Google Photos, and any other service by the search engine giant. If you are not using any other service mainly, then the Gmail itself got the whole 15GB bunch. This much storage is good enough to run an entirely used email account for 5-10 years, without deleting a single email or files you have stored.
2004 was the initial year of this email service which was in an invitation-only beta version that time. Years after in 2007, it was made available to the public while in 2009, two years later, it was upgraded out from the beta status. Till then, it has been serving millions of users actively without any hiccup.
It comes with free storage (as already added), simple user interface without too many advertisements, Hangouts application (this is another Google service that allows free online chatting and even voice and video calls), customizable themes, and most importantly inbox tabs and category labels.