Google bringing change in the Logo



Tech giant Google is going to change the logos of several of its services. That list includes Gmail, Drive, Calendar, Meet, and more.


The UK-based media Metro reported that Google is changing the service logo as part of its re-branding activities. In order to increase the quality of service, it has been decided to change the name of G-Suite to Google Workspace by bringing all the services of Google together.


Meanwhile, Google has already released new logos for several of its services. However, there has been a mixed reaction. Many people did not like these new Google logos.


The main service of tech giant Google is Google search. Other services include Google Doc, Sheet, Slides, E-mail, Google Calendar, Google Drive, Google Plus, Google Duo / Hangout, Google Translate, Google Maps / Wedge / Earth / Street View, YouTube, Google Keep, Google Fog Etc.  


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