There is a reason why Gmail is the world's most popular e-mail program with 1.5 billion users. He has more opportunities than rivals.

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Would you like to make free phone calls from the e-mail program or translate French e-mail into English, directly from Gmail? Google's free e-mail program, which is 15 years old this week, continues to innovate.

Here are seven things you can do with Gmail that you can not do with AOL, Yahoo, or Microsoft Outlook.com or Hotmail.

Translate email is a function of Gmail (Photo: Screenshot)

Make free phone calls

Technically, Microsoft allows you to do this too through Outlook.com, but it prints out you are from the program and switched to Skype. In Gmail, just click "Make a call" at the bottom of the left screen, enter your contact number and connect using the webcam's microphone. Calls to the U.S. and Canada are free and connected to the Hangouts Google app for this call.

Translate to other languages ​​

When e-mail is sent in a foreign language, depending on the version you are using, you can click " View translated message "at the top of the email or click three dashes to the right of the email and select" Translate message "to reveal this option – and voila, right on the spot Google will place it in English or any other language from african or Albanian in Yiddish about zulu