Google promises to bring iPhone X support for Inbox by Gmail soon

Using Inbox by Gmail on an iPhone X could prove to be quite a nightmare since the application does not feature support for Apple’s newest flagship. Unfortunately, Google has been focusing its attention on other apps with larger audiences like Gmail and Calendar, so Inbox by Gmail hasn’t been updated with iPhone X support.

However, that’s about to change if we are to believe the newest information provided by Wall Street Journal tech columnist David Pierce. According to him, Google plans to update Inbox by Gmail with iPhone X support soon, although we don’t how soon that might be.

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The future of Google Inbox is uncertain

With the upcoming redesign of Gmail, many Google Inbox users have been worrying that their favourite email client is about to go down the way of the dodo. And for good reasons – on one hand, Google is no stranger to phasing out services it deems unpopular, on the other, the revamped Gmail is getting many of the features that made Inbox stand out. So, is the end of the innovative email client near? According to Google, it’s not going anywhere right now, but we wouldn’t get our hopes up that it will be around forever.

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Google turns phone numbers, contacts and addresses in Gmail and Inbox into clickable links

Most email clients for Android and iOS allow users to copy/paste contacts, addresses and phone numbers from other apps like Messenger and WhatsApp. Gmail and Inbox are no exceptions, as Google added these features since their release.

However, the Mountain View company announced today that it has improved on that feature to save Gmail and Inbox users a lot of time by skipping the whole copy/paste procedure.

Starting today, Gmail and Inbox by Gmail, on both the Android and iOS platforms, will convert text into hyperlinks whenever they detect phone numbers, addresses, and email addresses …

Google will stop scanning your Gmail inbox in order to send out targeted ads

If you’re a Gmail user, you might not be aware of the fact that Google scans your email in order to send out targeted ads to those who use the app. Google is ending this controversial practice and will instead continue to track your actions on other Google sites in order to determine what ads to send you. Since Google doesn’t scan the inboxes of those who use its enterprise-based G Suite service, eliminating the scanning process from Gmail will allow Google to stick to one method to personalize ads throughout its operations.

While Google didn’t say when it will stop the Gmail scanning, …

How to fix your chaotic nightmare of an email inbox

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We’ve all been there. Missing that one important email because your inbox is cluttered with garbage. 

But it doesn’t have to be that way. 

Thankfully, there are numerous tricks you can use to make sure that you see the emails you want to see, when you want to see them. While the specifics of your digital streamlining will vary depending on your email provider of choice, that’s OK! We’re here to break it all down for you, nice and easy like. 

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Google’s Gmail offers up numerous options to flag important incoming emails, and even employs one of them by default. The default flag is called an “importance marker,” and it’s slapped on an email after Google’s fancy algorithms have used a variety of factors to determine that it’s worth giving a damn about.  Read more…

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Google's Inbox adds new feature that disables notifications except for "high priority" email


You might recall Google’s Inbox app. Originally offered by invitation only, the app helps organize your email inbox (hence its moniker) and bundles similar messages. This allows users to delete a ton of emails they don’t want, with a single swipe. Emails can be snoozed and returned to your inbox when you are ready to read and/or reply to a specific message. The app is designed to work best with Gmail.

Google has added a new feature to some users of Inbox that allows them to disable notifications on emails except for those considered “high priority.” The feature can be toggled on or off …

Truecaller announces a massive update: SMS inbox, Duo integration, and payment system coming to the app

Truecaller, one of the few hugely successful dialer apps, just announced a massive update to its services. Today, version 8.0 of the app was unveiled from the venue of the company’s first annual “Stay Ahead” event in India.

The Truemessenger app, which used to be a standalone product, will be completely integrated in Truecaller 8.0. This way, you won’t need a separate install on your phone to identify unknown SMS and block spam or adverts. Flash messaging support is also added, allowing users to send pre-defined messages with information such as location, emojis …

Spotlight: Email by EasilyDo is an exceptional altrnative to Gmail, Inbox, and Outlook

Developer: EasilyDoDownload: AndroidCategory: ProductivityPrice: Free
Android surely has a large selection of neat email apps. Gmail, Inbox, Outlook, K-9 Mail, or BlueMail — chances are you are using one of those as your daily email driver. There’s always room for a new entrant on that scene, especially if we are talking an app with exceptional origins. 
That’s exactly what Email by EasilyDo is. Previously an iOS exclusive, this app has finally made the jump over to Android, where it will be treating its users with a clean, …