Published: Sat, September 15, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Preston Stone

Google’s mailing app ‘Inbox’ to discontinue from March 2019

Google’s mailing app ‘Inbox’ to discontinue from March 2019

"As a result, we're planning to focus exclusively on Gmail and say goodbye to "Inbox" at the end of March 2019", Matthew Izatt, Product Manager at Gmail, wrote in a blog post late on Wednesday.

A new version of Gmail debuted this year, ushering in Inbox features coupled with slick elements like Smart Compose which can automatically draft replied for email users based on responses learn through artificial intelligence-based tech.

Inbox by Gmail, an email experiment by Google is set to go the way of the dodo bird.

Google announced on Wednesday that it's shutting down its Gmail Offline Chrome app; it will be removed from the Chrome Web Store after December 3.

There are still few features that have not arrived to Gmail yet. Google that its trailblazing, experimental email client will be shut down "at the end of March 2019". It brought several notable features to improve the email experience.

Until then, you can download Inbox for iOS and Android from both the App Store and Play Store for free.

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Inbox by gmail was launched back in 2015.

"With respect to the upcoming Gmail announcement, there are no changes to Inbox by Gmail". But Google has put together a guide to help people transfer over.

"We know change is hard, so we've created a transition guide to help you switch from Inbox to the new Gmail easily", Izatt added. All of your correspondence already waiting for you in Gmail.

Google also wants to focus on a single App for email.

Since its debut, Inbox has served as a testing-ground for aspects admire "natty replies", which implies to of us transient replies they are able to send to others when responding to emails containing determined questions, that contain since been incorporated into Gmail. "See you there", says the blog post.

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