Most of us are lucky that we are young enough that you have no idead what email service was like before the search giant Google came along and launched Gmail service. We can tell it wasn’t that good. To start with personal email weren’t free if users wanted any usable amount of storage. Also users needed to pay for email each month, still you had a very limited amount of space and everytime had to worry about deleting emails with big attachments files to ensure that your mailbox doesn’t run out of space.
We always tell you about great nifty third-party apps and Gmail tricks that enhance the the way we use Gmail, in this post we’ve come across a nice little roundup of useful Gmail apps. Some apps are there on the list that you’ve already heard of or maybe even tried, however, we assure users will find some things you didn’t know about before.
Sortd: This will turn your Gmail inbox feature from an endless waterfall of subject lines into a list of manageable group.
Dropbox for Gmail: A plug-in for Chrome that lets users attach files from Dropbox and save attachments to Dropbox right from within the Gmail web.
Boomerang: A plug-in for Firefox, Chrome and Safari that let’s users write out an email and then schedule it to be sent at a later time.
GrexIt: Cool app but Weird name, This is Chrome extension available for free lets you share labels and notes with coworkers.
Giphy: It lets you easily add GIFs to your emails and available only for Chrome and is free to download.
Wisestamp: If you ever wondered how people get those cool signatures in their emails with great links, formatting and images? Then you should try Wisestamp.
Gmail Offline: Your Gmail account will be offline.