Published: Thu, September 13, 2018
Industry | By Dora Warner

Google is shutting down its Inbox app

Google is shutting down its Inbox app

"As Gmail continues to improve, we're bringing the best features from Inbox". Numerous features we know and love from Inbox were brought into Gmail proper when they launched a much needed re-design back in April this year.

The souped-up version of Gmail that was released in April included some features familiar to Inbox users as well as newer goodies like "Smart Compose", which helps users whip out emails faster.

As Google plans to pull its plug on the Inbox by 2019, it is integrating some of the important features of Inbox to Gmail.

Why it matters: Inbox by Google users will be disappointed to hear that the email client is being discontinued next year.

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When Gmail launched, it made us think about email in new ways by creating threaded conversations.

A few features aren't coming over, however, including pinned emails, reminders, and bundles. You could just use the pre-loaded labels like updates, purchases, trips, and so on, but Inbox supported custom labels as well.

Google has chose to shut down its "Inbox by Gmail" app by March next year. At the time when it launched Gmail lacked numerous features it has today.

Mark today down as the day Google got to announce it's killing the Inbox.

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So, for those who got a lot of use out of Gmail Offline, this could be seen as the end of an era, but it makes sense that Google would want to consolidate users around Gmail for web instead of having them use a bunch of different apps.

As per the given timeline, Google can be expected to introduce other features from Inbox into the Gmail desktop and app.

When I reviewed Inbox back in 2014 I quickly realized that the service was not something that I wanted to use.

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