Google silently rolls out Inbox update with iPad support

Google has released an iPad version of its Inbox app, its new service that allows “a completely different type of inbox”. The app strives to surface the most relevant stuff that often gets buried and forgotten due to an avalanche of unwanted emails we get bombarded with.

For now, the updated app only seems to be available in the U.S. and Germany App Store, but it is only a matter of time before it makes its way to App Stores of other regions. If the update is not showing up on your iPad, you can do a fresh install of the app, which should automatically install the new iPad version of the app on your device.

Note that Inbox requires an invitation, which is a bummer. You should email to request one. Each new user will be able to invite their friends so if you know someone who’s already in, ask them for a code.

Leveraging Gmail’s proven features like search, reliability and spam protection, Inbox collates similar messages so you can perform bulk actions on them. And should you want to deal with important emails later, Inbox lets you create handy reminders. Reminders work hand in hand with Assists, another cool Inbox feature.


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