Google’s Inbox app is now available for everyone


Google’s standalone email app Inbox is now open to everyone, the company announced at I/O conference. The email app that was released in October last year, was until now available as invite only.

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Prior, to this user could not download the Inbox app without an invite. The Inbox app is getting a couple of new features like better reminders, deep linking and support for Google Keep. Inbox is adding Trip Bundles to the app which bundles together all of your emails about a trip the most important details like flight times and hotel reservation numbers.

In addition, Inbox is adding a undo button that brings back message “right after sending”. Also users can make swiping as a default action for delete and finally a sent message can be personalized by adding a custom signature. Reminders created in Keep will now appear in Inbox, and the app will suggest adding Reminders for any to-dos received by email. Google revealed that there are more than 900 million active monthly Gmail users, with 75 percent of these using Google’s Gmail mobile app.

Play Link –  Inbox

 


Author: Sneha Bokil

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