Tag Archive: inbox


It sure looks like Google is about to kill Inbox

The age of AI-powered Google is causing its email clients to merge.

It has been almost exactly three years since Google made its new email client available to the whole world.

Inbox by Gmail was sold as a “completely different type of inbox, designed to focus on what really matters,” and while I think this mission was a huge success, the client never really caught on the way Gmail itself did. Fast forward to today, Inbox has  [Read More…]

Get this $50 Google Play gift card delivered to your inbox for just $45

Practically free money.

Amazon currently has $ 50 Google Play digital gift cards available for just $ 45 when you use the coupon code GOOGLE, which means you score $ 5 for free with the purchase. Since it’s a digital gift card and you won’t have to wait for delivery, you can redeem it today and start using it. We know, you may be thinking that you don’t need $ 50 worth of apps or games, but  [Read More…]

Gmail Android app updated with support for inbox types

Rolling out to all Gmail users now.

Gmail continues to be one of the most popular email clients on Android, and today Google’s adding support for various “Inbox Types.” This is something that’s been available on desktop for some time, and it enables you to customize the various priorities of the emails you receive.

First and foremost, if you have a specific inbox type that you use while accessing Gmail on your computer, you’ll now see that  [Read More…]

Inbox now recommends unsubscribing to certain newsletters

Time to declutter your inbox.

It’s hard to believe that Inbox by Gmail has been around for over three years now, and since its initial debut, the service has picked up quite a few tricks along the way that help it continue to feel fresh and modern. Now, it looks like Inbox’s latest feature is suggesting newsletters that you should unsubscribe to.

Android Police has received multiple tips about this new feature, and when Inbox detects that  [Read More…]

Newton adds a useful Tidy Inbox feature to its email client

Email just got a whole lot better because it’s so much less noisy.

Newton, a simple and powerful email platform, has released another one of its so-called Superchargers to clean up its users’ messy inboxes.

Formerly called CloudMagic, Newton has transformed into one of the most elegant and powerful email platforms out there, and it’s available on practically every platform, including Android. With today’s update, the Tidy Inbox feature brings  [Read More…]

Temp Mail is a disposable email service that helps you keep your primary inbox clean (Review)

Overview Everyone these days is asking for your email address. Want to read an article? You need to register by email first. Want to take advantage of a retail’s offer? You’ll have to sign up with an account. You can’t even comment on a forum or read a thread (with a few exceptions) without having […]

New updates to Inbox by Gmail

Inbox by Gmail has always made its mission to help you wade through all of your emails and to-do lists. Today Google is adding more integrations to Inbox to make it even more efficient. Trello + GitHub Two new integrations are Trello – a project management app, and GitHub – a platform for software collaboration.

Google’s latest Inbox update adds project management tie-ins with Trello, GitHub

Going beyond reminders and into project management.

Google’s advanced Inbox email app has picked up a sizable update with features that tie into some of the most-used project management services like Trello and GitHub, as well as new integrations with Google Alerts and Google Drive.

With the Trello integration, Inbox will now automatically group and update your Trello notifications so you simply get a summary of what’s  [Read More…]

Inbox by Gmail wants to automate your emails even more

Inbox by Gmail was updated today to bring you several cool new features. Google wants to help you easily sort through your emails, and this latest update lets you keep better track of events, newsletters and links. Google Calendar Events When you’re planning an event with friends and family, you’ll often get a barrage of

Are the Galaxy S7’s in-box headphones worth your time?

Most headphones that come with phones aren’t worth much, but these are actually alright.

Aside from HTC’s phones that launched during the now-defunct partnership with Beats, even high-end phones have historically come with a pretty crappy pair of headphones in the box. Many mid-range phones — and even more pricey devices like the Nexus 6P — eschew headphones altogether, understanding that folks aren’t likely to use them and it can be an area of cost savings.

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