Google's Inbox App Helps Organize Your Mail Without Having to Read It

By: Alyson Wyers - Nov 4, 2014
References: google & designtaxi
The Inbox app works for you by essentially reading your mail for you. Recently unveiled by Google, the email app not only turns your existing Gmail inbox into a more mobile-friendly and organized system, it also offers users brief updates about their emails without making them click to read them.

The Inbox app organizes the contents of your inbox into categories that put like emails together in groups. For example, emails with bank statements and receipts will be together. Called 'Bundles,' this particular example would be located in the 'Purchases' section. Using the 'Assists' feature of Inbox by Gmail you can also create reminders and task lists. If you need a break from your emails all together, there is even an extremely handy snooze button (which is probably the best thing ever).