10 Gmail innovations

Published: Apr 01 2014 11:41:52 AM EDT

Google launched Gmail -- the world's most-used email service -- 10 years ago. Here's how it's changed email as we know it.

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Ten years ago Google launched Gmail, a free web-based email service (at first invite-only) that has grown into the world's most-used. Here's a look at 10 innovations Gmail has led since its April 1, 2004, launch.

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