Monday , March 19 2018

Google’s Inbox to roll out to Apps customers ‘imminently’

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It appears that this mornings announcement that Google is making Inbox more accessible is happening in more ways than those announced on their blog, with Android and Chrome chief Sundar Pichai today tweeting that Inbox will be rolling out to Apps customers ‘imminently’.

The lack of Google Apps compatibility has limited the utility of the new mail client for a large portion of the community, so this tweet is welcome news. Exactly when Inbox will be available to Google Apps customers isn’t clear at the moment, but given the extra functionality in the app, we hope it’s soon.

If you haven’t received an invite to Inbox as yet, sing out in the comments below and we’ll try to help you out.

Source: @SundarPichai.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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3 Comments on "Google’s Inbox to roll out to Apps customers ‘imminently’"

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Ausdroid Reader

If someone has an invite please let me know.

Valued Guest

Great news, was worried it would take a lot longer to bring it to Apps people (like myself)

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