Google Tests New Google+ Inspired 'Sign-in' Page Across Its Products and Services

Google is currently experimenting a new sign-in page to be inline with Google+ design -- if you go to Gmail and you aren't logged in, you should see a message at the bottom of the page:"Coming soon: A new sign-in page! Preview it." Look at the image above, Clicking on the "Preview it", you'll see […]

Google is currently experimenting a new sign-in page to be inline with Google+ design -- if you go to Gmail and you aren't logged in, you should see a message at the bottom of the page:

"Coming soon: A new sign-in page! Preview it."

Look at the image above, Clicking on the "Preview it", you'll see a new sign-in page that uses the Google+ design (see the image below). If you opt-in to the new interface, the sign-in pages for Google Docs, Google Reader and all the other Google services will also change.

"For a limited time, you can switch back to the old version of the sign-in page by clicking the link at the bottom of the page. However, eventually this change will be permanent and you will not be able to switch to the old look," informs Google.

In the image above, you will notice that other than the Google+ design, the new input boxes are a lot bigger: you can type 31 characters in the username box and they're still visible. Where, in the old interface, you could type only 20 characters from the username were visible at a time.

For reference, here's the soon-to-be-deprecated old sign-in interface:

[Thanks, Alex]