You might be one of the users who uses the Google Apps since its launch and some of the Apps have been in beta phase for more than two years. Finally, Google has announced the widely used Google Apps and services are now out of the beta phase which including Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs and Google Talk for both enterprise and consumers versions.
According to the company, since they launched the Google Apps suite for business two years ago, it has a service level agreement and provides 24/7 support, and has met or exceeded all the other standards of non-beta software. Today, it has more than 1.75 million companies around the world run their business on Google Apps, including Google.
Although the beta logos will be removed today but the Google claims that they will continue to innovate, improve and develop the applications.
In addition, for those Gmail users who still like the look of “beta” can easily enable the beta label from the Labs tab under the setting.