April 2, 2019

Ars Technica says goodbye to Google Inbox

Ron Amadeo preserves for future generations, this is what Google Inbox was like:

The Sweep button and at-a-glance info cards represent my favorite bit of design philosophy in Inbox: by default, it treats emails as groups of disposable garbage.

Bundles, sweeps and all the features added to my favorite email app since Sparrow. Its ability to deal with a lot of noise and finding the signal still doesn’t exist in Gmail.

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