has been largely the same for years on end. When the service launched, the "threaded" view caught most people by surprise. It took a bit of time for that to become "the norm," and now, e-mail clients that lack threaded messaging are essentially seen as lackluster. So, with Google recently cleaning out services that were destined for a dead-end, they're sinking a lot of time and effort into refreshing those services that are sticking around for the long haul. Like Gmail.
The company recently uploaded a clip that teases the new, revised user interface of Gmail. It caters to various sized displays, enables a ton of resizing, brings about wild new themes, and makes things altogether more colorful. The real gist of it is making things more like a conversion, and the new search box is also more intuitive. There's no word on when exactly it will roll out to users, but it looks pretty much fully-baked at this point. Have a look at the video for more.