Email service provider Gmail said on Monday that it is suspending its support for Google Apps, which allow users to send emails to friends and family.
The company said it is halting all support for Gmail’s Gmail application, saying it had not been properly tested and had not yet been certified by Google.
“We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and are working to resolve the issue as soon as possible,” Gmail wrote in a blog post.
The issue is being addressed by Google, which said it will update its app in a “quick manner” to make it compatible with Google Apps.
Google is the largest email provider in the United States, with more than 2.6 billion active email accounts.
The announcement came just days after Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai took to Twitter to say that Gmail will be free in a few months.
“Gmail will be coming out of beta in a couple of months, and Google Apps will be completely free,” he wrote.
“We’re happy to announce that Gmail is fully free.”
Gmail is an email service that is based on Google’s Gmail client.
It is one of the most popular and popular services for mobile users, and has been around since 2011.
Google has said that the Gmail app has been designed to work with Google services such as Gmail, Google+ and Google Docs.
Google says it will be open to changes and additions to Gmail over time.
Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the news.