Google Gmail Gadget cannot yet be downloaded. Google recently launched the latest version of its email service - Google Mail - and it's already causing a stir among users of Windows based computers everywhere. If you use Google Desktop as your main email client, you are already familiar with gimmicks: little apps you can install on your desktop to read up-to-date news, see a video slide show or check the temperature of the day, for example.
Google's latest offering, however, is a little different. For those who have never used email before, you would have to be blind not to see what's so cool about it: the new design makes it easier to use than ever before, while still retaining the ease-of-use that made gmail such a delight to begin with. In other words, the new interface looks very much like the one you are already used to using. That is, if you have an iGoogle account (which, as Google's primary email client, is required if you want to use Google Mail). Now, you also get the Google Apps app, which offers all the same features that come with Google Mail but in a different format. Google Apps includes the Gmail mail client, plus all the other apps that come with the program, including Google Calendar and Google Keep, plus any other apps you may need.
So, for people used to using gmail on a desktop, this is a welcome change. For those who just don't like the change, well, it's simply a matter of transferring the data you want onto your new Gmail gadget. Either way, the Google Gmail gadget is definitely worth checking out. You can get it by going to Google's homepage, selecting All Applications, and then searching Google Gmail in the drop-down menu. Also, if you're not sure which Google product you should go with, you might consider reading some reviews first, or even downloading a free device from the Google website to use before you decide. With such a wide array of Google gadgets available, it should be easy to find one that works well with your needs.