Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) has just went through a revamp to win hearts of customers with its entire new focus on a faster access to emails. This upgrade is the company’s first major product announcement since Chief Executive Officer Marissa Mayer joined the longstanding email service.
The all new makeover of the Yahoo Email service is aimed to provide its users with a faster and an easy-to-access control over emails on their smartphones, tablets, and on the Internet.
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Marissa Mayer, on her post on the company’s blog, states that : “because mobile is everything these days, Yahoo! Mail now has a consistent look and feel across devices.”
The former Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) executive, now as Yahoo’s CEO, is looking to achieve customer satisfaction by updating existing widely used products, including Yahoo Mail, Messenger chat service, and Yahoo’s home page.
Mayer sees it as a great opportunity to revamp and modernize Yahoo Mail and its messenger service now, when a continual surge in online communication has been witnessed over a few years. The CEO also believes that the new design will speed up the over all email service, allowing users to communicate faster.
“We’ve redesigned the new version of Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) Mail with speed in mind — getting through your emails is faster than ever before. We’ve also made your inbox more intuitive and easier to navigate, allowing you to focus on what matters most: your messages”, Mayer said in the blog post.
As part of its comeback strategy, the CEO stated that she planned to invest in hiring new brains, with special skills in mobile development which, when combined with the company’s new vision, will serve to produce dynamic results in bring back the position the email service had begun to lose over time.
According to Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO), the new mobile apps are available now, while the web version will be rolled out in the next few days.