Gmelius, pronounced 'Gmail'-'ius' where melius means better in Latin gives you the possibility to determine which interface elements you wish to display in your Gmail inbox, as well as how you want to use them. Amongst the extension's most popular features are the options to restore the old compose window, to remove all ads, to propose a clean Gmail print style (e.g., no Gmail logo), and to make your Gmail inbox less cluttered and more readable. For a complete list of features, please visit our website: http://gmelius.com
Gmelius has been featured in high-profile technology news sites such as TechCrunch, Lifehacker, MakeUseOf, PCWorld, PC Magazine, etc.
To be clear and to the point, Gmelius will never access, read, store, alter or transmit your personal data. The "your tabs and browsing activity" and "access your data on mail.google.com" permission warnings come from the fact that this extension modifies the style and user interface of Gmail within your browser and so needs to know whether Gmail (mail.google.com) is open in one or several of your tabs in order to apply those changes.
Moreover, Gmelius code meets the latest Content Security Policy (CSP) recommendations, making sure its users can keep browsing the Web safely.
Gmelius proposes a software of quality by releasing new features and correcting possible bugs on a constant basis. As a user, it's your responsibility to ensure that you always run the latest version of the extension.
* Nota Bene
› Ensure to remove any other extension targeting Gmail to avoid any bug or conflict.
› Reviews welcome and encouraged. Bugs should be reported on the Support Page, see http://gmelius.com/help.
› Please support the development of this extension by donating a small amount, see options page.
[ Disclaimer: Gmail is a trademark of Google Inc. ]
- This extension will access your data on some websites.
- This extension will access your tabs and browsing activity.