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Shortwave is a new Google Inbox-inspired email app

Google left many people disappointed in 2019 when the company shut down Inbox by Gmail (also known as Google Inbox), an email application that connected to Gmail and organized your messages in easy-to-read bundles. Several other email apps and services have implemented similar functionality, but now what might be the closest imitator has arrived: Shortwave. Shortwave...

[Update: It’s Dead] Google will discontinue Inbox by Gmail in March

Inbox by Gmail has always been Google's more daring and experimental email app. While Gmail has stayed largely the same over the years, Inbox was full of fresh and exciting features. However, recently, Gmail has been getting some of those features, which has led many to believe Inbox was on the way out. Google is...

How to possibly keep using the Inbox by Gmail app on Android after its shutdown [Root]

Tomorrow marks the death of Inbox by Gmail, Google's incredibly popular email client. Since Google announced the discontinuation of Inbox, the company has redesigned the Gmail app, rolled out a smart compose feature, and has announced plans to roll out an email scheduling feature. Two features which haven't made their way over to the Gmail...

Google is reportedly internally testing new Inbox features in Gmail for Android

Remember Google Inbox? It's still technically available until March later this year, but Google announced its shutdown back in September of last year so most of you have probably moved on by now. Unfortunately for its users, Inbox was basically a beta testing ground for Google to create new features that would later be introduced into...

Going to miss Google Inbox? Inboxit lets you share content to your email!

After placing the "Inbox is signing off" banner on the official google.com/inbox webpage, Google announced that Inbox services will come to an end in March 2019. The recently improved Gmail will be their only email app and it sports new Inbox-like features like Snooze, Nudge, Smart Reply, and more. Knowing that using Inbox would be impractical at...

Many Android email apps and PayPal are vulnerable to recipient spoofing

A couple of months ago, we covered a story about a Google Inbox spoofing design flaw found by Eli Grey. It would allow for people to send mailto links that would spoof the recipient of the email. This could be used for tricking people to send emails to a different address than the one shown. The...

Google fixes flaw allowing email recipients to be spoofed in Inbox by Gmail

About 3 weeks ago, we reported on an Inbox by Gmail spoofing flaw found by security researcher Eli Grey. This design flaw allowed for a malicious mailto link to be constructed that would spoof the email recipient by automatically populating the name in the address field without showing the actual email destination unless the user manually checked...

[Update: Fixed] Google Inbox emails can be spoofed to fake the recipient

Be careful what you click on. Eli Grey is a security researcher who has found a design flaw in Google Inbox allowing for an attacker to create a mailto link that spoofs the recipient of an email. He found this issue on May 4th, 2017, almost a year ago, and reported it to Google privately....

Google still plans to work on Inbox alongside major Gmail revamp

Gmail has been the subject of leaked redesigns and rumored features in the last few weeks. However, Google's other email app, Google Inbox, has been notably absent from updates. This has led a lot of people to believe that Inbox will soon get the 'ol Google axe. Google has laid those concerns to rest, at least...

Google Inbox is Showing Unsubscribe Cards to get rid of Unwanted Mailing Lists

Google launched Inbox for Gmail as a private invitation-only product back in October 2014. Seven months later, the company released it for all users. The basic premise of Inbox is to automatically categorize email, with bundled emails, smart reply, and snooze functionality. Inbox hasn't replaced Gmail yet, as the functionality of both apps still differs...

Gmail and Inbox Will Now Convert Addresses, Phone Numbers and Contacts Into Clickable Links

If you've ever received an email with an address, phone number or contact information, it can be pretty annoying to have to copy and move information out of Gmail or Inbox, especially if you have a slower device. Having to switch apps and copy and paste lines can be annoying, or even just having to...

Silence Annoying Work Emails Automatically with Quiet for Gmail

Day in and day out, millions of people around the world are glued to their smartphone screens. Whether it be for work or leisure, our smartphones have become an integral aspect of our lives. But many people are finding it difficult to separate their me-time with their work-time, often responding to work-related emails off the clock....
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