Google announced Google Apps with new look across Google’s consumer products including Gmail, Google Calendar and Google Docs. New look for Google Apps will roll out over next few months together with mirror updates in regular apps.
Google Apps administrators have options to choose whether to have their users get new look or schedule new look changes to appear later but eventually everyone will be moved to new look and new features. You can keep track of Google Apps update and learn more about new design at Google Blog post.
For now on, new look for Google Calendar, Documents list and Gmail inbox are available. Google plans to roll out ‘call phone’ feature that allows you to call real-world phones right from Gchat worldwide on August 16th. Additionally, Google also have some update regarding Google+ availability for Google Apps user as below:
Google+ is not yet available to Google Apps users, but we’re working hard to bring the features of Google+ to Apps users in the future. In the meantime, if you want to use Google+ during field trial, you can use an existing personal Google Account or create a new Google Account with a Gmail address or a non-Google Apps email address…
If you already signed up for Google+ with your Google Apps email address, you’ve created a conflicting account – essentially a personal Google Account that uses the same email address as your Google Apps account. In the future, you’ll be prompted to rename this conflicting account to an email address that is not already associated with an existing Google Account, for example a new Gmail address.