Google announced today at its I/O developer conference that inbox app is now open to anyone with a Gmail or Google Apps account.
Inbox received various new features like a new “Trip Bundles” feature that keeps emails related to travel in one place, and improved controls for things like Undo Send, Signatures, and Swipe to Delete:
- With Undo Send—now for the first time on your phone—you can take back an email right after sending in case you spotted a mistake, or have second thoughts
- ‘Delete’ the default swiping action
- If you want to personalize your sent messages, you can now add a custom signature
- Deep linking. Open a HotelTonight reservation or Eat24 order in an email, and instead of launching it in a browser, Inbox will open the appropriate app. It’s done using an open standard that any developer can support for its own apps.
- Google Apps support. People who use Gmail’s business-oriented incarnation will be able to use Inbox to access their mail.
- A few other things. You can configure Inbox to delete messages rather than archive them when you swipe, and reminders are now integrated with Google’s Evernote-likeKeep app.
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