With 1 billion accounts, Gmail is the most widespread email, and the popularity of the Android system is undoubtedly not unrelated. But it is also a particularly functional webmail.
The interface of Gmail is relatively refined but can be embellished with a custom theme. The fact remains that Google is not always at the top in terms of ergonomics.
Google clearly stands out on sorting filters, which are particularly effective and probably the most successful in the face of competition.
Since it is Google, the search is quick with suggestions from senders as the request is entered. Generally, the engine is sufficient to find a specific message.
We regret, however, that Google does not go a little further by offering a gallery of photos received as attachments or a list of easily accessible documents. Google also limits the integration of third-party services to its own ecosystem.