Posts Tagged: Inbox

Spark Email launches on Android just in time to replace Google Inbox

Google Inbox is dead, and if you were one of the users to get prematurely forced out of the service, you might still be searching for a replacement. There are a ton of suitable email clients on Android, including Gmail itself, but you might be itching for something a little more powerful than Gmail. Spark […]

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[TA Deals] Clean up your inbox with this discounted Mailbird Pro lifetime subscription

Keeping a clean email inbox is tough, but luckily there are tons of third-party apps and programs to help you get the job done. Right now we’re offering a discount to Mailbird Pro through Talk Android Deals, which is an excellent Windows program for managing multiple large email accounts. Mailbird Pro is a very powerful […]

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Google Inbox will remind you to unsubscribe from unread promo emails

Google has made email a much less tedious, junky affair for a lot of us, and it's about to take another step to helping us clean out our inboxes. According to a report over at Android Police, users of Google's Inbox app will start seeing new tips tha…
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Twitter’s new inbox collects DMs from people you don’t follow

Twitter may never stop tweaking it's direct messaging function. Last summer, the social network added so many features to the DM tab that it basically became its own standalone chat app. Then the company tried to get everyone hooked on Twitter DMs fo…
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Google Inbox adds two time-saving snooze options

One of the great things about Google Inbox's snooze function is being able to set the exact date and time to resurface emails you intend to read and reply to later. Sometimes, though, you just want to get non-urgent emails out of the way without thin…
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Google’s Smart Reply for Inbox uses neural networks to generate possible email responses

Google’s Smart Reply, a new feature rolling out to Inbox on Android and iOS, uses artificial intelligence to generate possible responses to email messages. It’s surprisingly perceptive.

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