So you must be using Google apps, just like thousands of others totally free of cost, well the time has changed, the search giant announced that from now Google Apps do not come as free, instead it has to focus now on providing a paid-for experience. The search giant’s director of product management for Google Apps in a blog post stated that the move meant to focus the user experience quality on offering users the need of getting complete support.
“When we launched the premium business version we kept our free, basic version as well,” Bavor explains. “Both businesses and individuals signed up for this version, but time has shown that in practice, the experience isn’t quite right for either group. Businesses quickly outgrow the basic version and want things like 24/7 customer support and larger inboxes. Similarly, consumers often have to wait to get new features while we make them business-ready. ”
The company encourages users to sign up to Gmail, Google Drive for storage service instead of using Google Apps although who eager to use the Google Apps have to pay $50 per user per year. Further, the free version will let users’ gets 24/7 support, a 25GB inbox and a 99.9 percent uptime guarantee.