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Google Finally Removes Ridiculous Beta Label From Gmail & Other Google Apps

gmail-nobeta Google has ended one of the longest betas I have ever heard of. It is kind of ridiculous that the service used by millions of users was in beta from 2004 until this week. This means that Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, Google Talk and all the rest of the Google Apps suite are now “beta” free. :)

Don’t you feel secure in the knowledge that beta means absolutely nothing to Google? Just to exacerbate that fact there is a new Google Labs function to change the Gmail logo to say beta again…

So now I am only waiting for Google BES Connector and the Enhanced Gmail Plugin from RIM to take over my BlackBerry.

Thanks to everyone who sent this one in!

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  1. “So now I am only waiting for Google BES Connector and the Enhanced Gmail Plugin from RIM to take over my BlackBerry”

    I hope you’re not just being sarcastic, because when it happens, your BlackBerry will be far better off. That Google kept these apps beta for five years is certainly ridiculous, but Google Apps has been the best thing that ever happened to me since ditching Microsoft for Apple.

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