1. Gmail and iOS Don't Get Along
It probably goes without saying that Google's services tend to function better on Android devices -- Gmail can get more than a little screwy on iOS and other smartphone software. Many users dislike the Gmail mobile app for iOS, since it doesn't have everything necessary to replace the native mail app. For example, in regular mail, users can't edit specific Gmail settings such as labels or vacation auto responses, forcing them to switch to the web version for access.
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For a free service, Google Apps is not too shabby. You can create, edit and share documents with Drive, handle all correspondences in Mail, organize your day-to-day affairs with Calendar, find novels and articles with Books, and a lot more.
Even though Google Apps is a decent free alternative to software such as Microsoft Office, there are few things that the company could improve (or work with others to improve), such as space limits, lack of cohesiveness between apps and other small difficulties, in order to provide a better user experience.
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This story originally published on Mashable here.