It is possible to recover permanently deleted Gmail Emails? The good news is, Yes. You can recover your permanently deleted Gmail emails by following the simple instructions that one of Mobiritz’s publishing partners shared on NewsMax:
Google emails service, Gmail was introduced in 2004 and took the industry by a surprise, swiftly dislodging Yahoo mail from the top spot. Since then, Gmail has seen phenomenal growth. Here are some of the stats at a quick glance:
- Gmail remains the most popular email platform with over 1.8 billion users worldwide.
- It has 18% of the email client market share in May 2021.
- Gmail accounts for 27% of all email opens.
- 75% of all Gmail users access their email on mobile devices.
- 61% of 18-29-year-olds use Gmail.
- An average Gmail account is worth around $3,588.85.
- 306.4 billion emails are sent and received daily in 2020.
Gmail is currently the top-ranking email client share provider with a market share of 27.8%. Apple iPhone comes second with a market share of 27.6% – that’s quite close. Others like Outlook, Apple iPad, and Apple Mail, have a market share of 9.1%, 8.5%, 7.5%, respectively.
However, Gmail account statistics for 2021 show that this is the first time that Gmail will occupy the number one spot. Apple iPhone Mail had always been at the top of the list – back in 2017, it had a market share of 28%, whereas Gmail accounted for 26% of the market. The same trend continued in 2018, with both Apple iPhone and Gmail having market share values of 29% and 27%, respectively.
306.4 billion emails are sent and received daily in 2020.
That’s almost 3.7 million emails per second!
Statistics inform us that this number could hit 376.4 billion in 2025.
But why are there so many emails flying around daily?
Email messaging provides a cheaper means of communication for individuals, marketers, businesses, and organizations worldwide. It is simple to use, fast, flexible, makes documents exchanging online easy, and allows for mass messaging.