September 12, 2018

Google’s Inbox app is shutting down in March 2019

Google says that there are still a few features due to make the migration from Inbox, specifically the bundles” that group similar emails together into a single block, like those related to a single trip. That’s coming to Gmail, but there’s no word yet on the timeline for it.

Crap. Inbox is my default email client on the iPhone, and my cleanup-mode email app on the desktop (maybe 30%). Since I’m still on the iPhone 7, I didn’t notice the lack of iPhone X update — so this caught me off-guard.

Guess I’ll follow along to Gmail, but for now lack of bundles and overall flow doesn’t make it a sub-par alternative for me.


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