Inbox by Gmail

The Inbox app got my attention from the second I got an email inviting me to try it out. I fell in love with the way it looked and how it performed. It was a few steps up in everything compared to the regular Gmail app. I use the Inbox app over Gmail because I am more productive when it comes to reading and responding to emails. Inbox by Gmail

The Inbox app got my attention from the second I got an email inviting me to try it out. I fell in love with the way it looked and how it performed. It was a few steps up in everything compared to the regular Gmail app. I use the Inbox app over Gmail because I am more productive when it comes to reading and responding to emails.

The app is very clean and has a nice blue look going throughout it. It places emails where they are supposed to be and I couldn’t be happier with it. When you open up a category, for example, social, you then you open an individual email inside it, and then when you are done reading it you can slide down on the screen and it will take you back into the category, slide down one more time and you exit the category and you’re on the main screen with your unsorted emails. This is something you can’t do in the regular Gmail app.

The one thing that I do find strange is that Inbox on the web is nothing special and I always use Gmail to check my emails when on my computer. I don’t know what it is but Inbox on the web just doesn’t look like an email viewer, it’s too fancy, in a way. The simplicity of Gmail on the web out does Inbox. On a mobile device, the Inbox app takes the lead, so it is a bit of back and forth game.

Of course, there are no ads on the app. Another feature is the low priority folder which contains a bunch of emails it thinks that you’re less likely to read. The spam filters are always amazing; I think I’ve only had 2 emails miss the spam filter. looking through my spam filters I did notice a few emails that I wouldn’t have considered spam, but they were also emails I didn’t really care about.

Looking further in the different bundles that Inbox has, you’ll find; trips, purchases, finance, social, and promos. Social and promos show up in a folder at the top of your inbox. The other 3 categories are really useful when it comes to finding whatever you need and having all there. If you need to document all you purchases, then you could check that folder and everything you bought would show up there. Inbox by Gmail gets a solid 5.0, the mobile version, of course! The app is never slow, never buggy, and it’s always my go-to app for checking my emails.

The app is very clean and has a nice blue look going throughout it. It places emails where they are supposed to be and I couldn’t be happier with it. When you open up a category, for example, social, you then you open an individual email inside it, and then when you are done reading it you can slide down on the screen and it will take you back into the category, slide down one more time and you exit the category and you’re on the main screen with your unsorted emails. This is something you can’t do in the regular Gmail app.

The one thing that I do find strange is that Inbox on the web is nothing special and I always use Gmail to check my emails when on my computer. I don’t know what it is but Inbox on the web just doesn’t look like an email viewer, it’s too fancy, in a way. The simplicity of Gmail on the web out does Inbox. On a mobile device, the Inbox app takes the lead, so it is a bit of back and forth game.

Of course, there are no ads on the app. Another feature is the low priority folder which contains a bunch of emails it thinks that you’re less likely to read. The spam filters are always amazing; I think I’ve only had 2 emails miss the spam filter. looking through my spam filters I did notice a few emails that I wouldn’t have considered spam, but they were also emails I didn’t really care about.

Looking further in the different bundles that Inbox has, you’ll find; trips, purchases, finance, social, and promos. Social and promos show up in a folder at the top of your inbox. The other 3 categories are really useful when it comes to finding whatever you need and having all there. If you need to document all you purchases, then you could check that folder and everything you bought would show up there. Inbox by Gmail gets a solid 5.0, the mobile version, of course! The app is never slow, never buggy, and it’s always my go-to app for checking my emails.

 

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