The 8 most popular email services in the world

Email is indispensable in our lives. In fact, email was only created in 1993, and it has a history of almost 30 years. Today I have compiled the most popular email services in the world



1. Gmail


Gmail is a free, ad-supported email service provided by Google. Users can access Gmail as a secure webmail, as well as POP3 or IMAP4 protocols. The service was initially invited for testing on April 1, 2004, and launched on February 7, 2007, although it was still in the testing phase at that time. The service was upgraded on July 7, 2009, and other parts of Google Apps are available.

 

2. Outlook.com


Outlook.com is a free, web-based email service operated by Microsoft. It is the world's first webmail service. It was founded in 1996 by Shabir Bhatia and Jack Smith as Hotmail in Mountain View, California. The company is headquartered in Sunnyvale.

 

3. AOL Mail


AOL Mail is a free, web-based email (webmail) service provided by AOL. This service is sometimes referred to as AIM Mail, where AIM stands for AOL's instant messaging service AOL instant messaging.

 

4. Yahoo! Mail


Yahoo! Mail is a free e-mail service provided by Yahoo! America (except for the Yahoo! Mail business mailbox plan). The service was launched in 1997. As of December 2011, it has 281 million users, and it is the third largest Web-based email service in the world.

 

5. Zoho Mail


Zoho Mail provides a clean, ad-free webmail interface, advanced enterprise-level email hosting services, and can be accessed seamlessly using mobile and desktop clients. The mail service provides ample storage space, POP and IMAP access, instant messaging, and an online office suite that integrates some email services.

 

6. iCloud Mail


iCloud is a cloud storage and cloud computing service launched by Apple on October 12, 2011. As of July 2013, the service had 320 million users. The service allows users to store music and iOS application data to a remote computer server, and download it to a variety of devices via iOS5 or higher.

 

7. Mail.com


Mail.com is a portal and web-based e-mail service provider, which is owned by the German Internet company United Internet. It provides news articles and videos, as well as a free mailbox application with unlimited storage space.

 

8. Inbox.com


Inbox.com is a free e-mail service website. It was rated as one of the best, free, web-based email services by About.com and TopTenReviews. It provides 5GB network mail storage space.

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