Gmail has dropped its long-used red-envelope logo. The design has been redesigned to match the logos used on other of Google’s key products. The letter M is replaced by Google’s original color blue. Red, It is painted yellow and green.
It is said that the colors were added to make it look like Google. Google’s main color scheme is based on the logos of Google products, such as Google Maps, Google Photos, and Chrom. The red envelope logo has been completely abandoned.
However, a closer look at the new logo reveals that red still retains most of its space, while retaining its original Gmail color, red. Google’s redesign of the G Suite will bring Gmail, Chat, and Docs to the forefront of the Google Workspace.