Google Inbox comes to iPad, Android tablets; now supports Firefox and Safari

Google Inbox, which claims to help you better manage your emails and prioritise important tasks, has now expanded its support to iPads and Android tablets. Inbox will now also be available on Firefox as well as Safari browsers. Previously, it was only available for Google Chrome.

Google Inbox, aimed at helping users manage emails and prioritise important tasks, has now expanded its support for the iPad and Android tablets. Initially launched for Chrome, it is now also available for Firefox and Safari browsers.

Previously, Inbox was only available on smartphones. The new announcement comes via Gmail's offficial blog. It also tells users - who aren't yet using Inbox - to send an email to to request an invite.

Some of its main features include highlights for key snippets from important messages, the ability to add reminders, create to-do lists, snooze tasks and more. Inbox will even display useful information from the web that were not part of the original email, such as the real-time status of your flights and package deliveries.

Similar to Categories in Gmail, Inbox includes email bundles that group similar messages together. For example, all your purchase receipts or bank statements are grouped together so that you can quickly review them when you need to.

It also includes Assist, a feature that provides handy pieces of information you may need to get a particular job done.

Click here, to view other features of the Google Inbox.

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