Inbox for Google



  • Yeah, got it on my iPad. Can't see myself using it though. Email isn't really something that needs "simplifying". That and its only optimised for iPhone, so it looks a bit ropey.

    Ill put it on my S4 when my other half gives me it back from her month of borrowing it. 😆



  • @a_5mith I haven't opened Gmail on the web or on my OnePlus One since I started using Inbox about a week ago. It's really hooked me on the whole inbox zero idea with the task-oriented design. I really like the snooze feature too, sometimes I forgot to address emails later on in Gmail.


  • Admin

    I'm falling in love with some of Google's Material Design. Not everything is great in my books but I wanted to see a bit more of it in action. Downloading inbox now, thanks @luke 😉


  • GNU/Linux Admin

    Oh nice, and @baris and I an invite @psychobunny 😸



  • @julian We had an invite giveaway at BitBangers but I have ran out of invites now.

    I am not a fan of it. It seems like a jumbled mess to me. Although I may just be using it wrong.

    I prefer the latest update for Gmail app than I do Inbox.



  • I'm still rocking thunderbird on the laptop and the standard mail app on iPad. 😆

    I don't put email on my phone. I'd spend my time deleting it all.



  • Inbox didn't do much for me as I already have tons of filters set to label everything accordingly.


  • Plugin & Theme Dev

    Yeah I've been using it for almost a week now. Not sure whether I like it for its UI, or if its just helpful and easier to use verses Gmail. Someone invited me so I'm not sure how to invite someone or if I even have any invitation privileges.

    EDIT: Found it, only have 5 invites to give. Going to give 2 invites to my other accounts, which means I'll only have 3 for now, and 5 + 5.



  • Got 3 invites, chat me your email and I'll send you one.


  • Plugin & Theme Dev

    @psychobunny said:

    I'm falling in love with some of Google's Material Design. Not everything is great in my books but I wanted to see a bit more of it in action. Downloading inbox now, thanks @luke 😉

    The material design (effects) is more so in the mobile application than in the desktop interface. I was pretty disappointed as it feels smooth but still didn't really see anything that was mind blowing in the desktop. I do like the colors and the padding/margins are on point, however, its nothing new for the most part. But like I said, the mobile app is a slightly different story.


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