Anyone with a Gmail or Google Apps account can now try out Inbox.
Inbox is an overhaul of Gmail, giving you the ability to snooze, pin, and quickly swipe away emails. Inbox launched about eight months ago, and has been invite-only since then—though recently, Google let in a pilot group of Google Apps users to test it out. Google announced the wider availability and new features at the keynote for its I/O developer conference Thursday.
Many new features come as part of the update. For example, you'll be able to undo sent messages from your phone or the web version. You can also make delete the default option when swiping emails.
Any to-do items you create in Google Keep will now appear in Inbox. Google is also partnering with HotelTonight and Eat24 to let you make dinner or food reservations right inside the Inbox app.
Of course, the Inbox app wasn’t the only cool new product Google announced at I/O. For the full rundown about Android M, the new Photos app, the Brillo OS for Internet of Things devices, and a whole lot more, check out Greenbot’s Google I/O landing page. And be sure to vote in our survey below for the major Google I/O announcements that excite you the most.
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