Inbox for iPad

Google Inbox — now as an iPad app

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Jean-Marc Denis
Jean-Marc Denis@jmd · Product design manager @Messenger
Tweet at me if you are looking for an invite.
TrooMobile
TrooMobile@johnhaden · New Product Junkie!
@jm_denis just sent you a msg on Twitter but would love if you could add john@troomobile.com to your invite list :)
Joshua Ooi
Joshua Ooi@joshuaoxj · Singapore
@jm_denis @troomobile @johnhaden it's currently only available for personal gmail accounts. You'll have to use a personal one if you want an invite.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Inbox became the second most upvoted product when it launched 4 months ago. For those that tried it, have you stuck with it?
Eric Metelka
Eric Metelka@eric3000 · Product Manager, PowerReviews
@rrhoover Yes. Works great for my personal workflow. Previously I was hacking the best of Unroll.me with Mailbox (to keep newsletter and promos out of the way) and that was OK, but I really needed something that did this functionality natively. Inbox is a great solution for that. Still some downsides - no native Mac client (knowing Google, this will never happen). Doesn't take advantage of some native iOS features like the share sheet and push notification actions. I think their priority is getting Inbox to work on all platforms and beefing up it's features (multiple inbox support, signature support, etc.) first, which makes total sense. That affects more people. But I hope after those initial features they go deeper on improving native compatibility on each platform.
Joshua Ooi
Joshua Ooi@joshuaoxj · Singapore
@rrhoover Same here. Used it and stuck to it since. Can't seem to put my finger on why I stuck to this as opposed to all the other mail apps that I tried. I think that statement "mark as done" has something to do with it though. Haha. Nothing beats getting to the end of a to-do list. Very excited that's it's now on the iPad!
Evan Zhou
Evan Zhou@evanczhou · Co-Founder, STEEZY
@rrhoover it's definitely stuck! The gestures are beautiful and make it really easy to get through all of your emails quickly. My favorite is the pull to close when you get to the end or top of a screen. It makes the original Gmail app feel slightly clunkier when I hop back to it.
Matt Galligan
Matt Galligan@mg · CEO & Co-founder Picks & Shovels
Inbox is just plain fantastic. Hands down the best email client out there, and now that it works for iPad and Safari the experience is becoming more and more complete. Now all I'm waiting for is Gmail for Work compatibility!
Simon Dawlat
Simon Dawlat@virtualgoodz · CEO, Batch.com
@mg +1. And also somewhere in 2018 or 2019 an update to Google Contacts.