Within two weeks of the time, Google’s Inbox Gmail app will be packed up and you will have to switch back to the regular Gmail app.
There were pieces of information gathered that Google had started to discontinue the personalization of the email app for a few months, now. But some of the clients received a push notification informing about the putting away of the app by April 2nd and asking them to use the regular Gmail app. The pop-up notification consists of a link that will lead the users to the regular app and none of the messages or important data will be deleted –assures Google. Not only this, but some of the amazing features of the Inbox app will be ported to the normal Gmail app.
Before shutting down the app Google had already begun to minimize the facilities provided by it. 100m spam Gmail messages using interface was blocked initially, followed by new Gmail tips and tricks.
The first announcement about the Inbox app was made in the year 2014 about it being restricted to invitations only. Later with the increase in the number of users Inbox’s features started to develop. It provided intelligent and many interactive ways for their users to have access to their emails away from the routine Gmail app.
The Inbox app got many appraisals because of its Bundles feature that assembled the emails with a similar topic together. The other intriguing features included easy sifting through the messages automatically without any unwanted disruptions. You could also snooze the emails and use the smart reply feature to send to your recipients, automated replies. The all-white design feature will now be included in the conventional Gmail app.
The humongous technology –Google is not only putting the final curtain on the Inbox app but also shutting down the Google+ social network services will also be closing 2nd of April.
The bad news does not end here, even after huge internal support Google + will be followed with the shutdown of the video call service Allo and the URL shortener goo.gl due to the detection of major bugs in its services.
We are now just a few days away from the shutting down of the Inbox app, Google has already started to do its job as any new user will not be able to easily find the app for downloading. Since last night, Google has already begun showing the Inbox users a countdown of the number of days left before the final closure.