Google Inbox is an email app by Google for Android, iOS, and Google’s Chrome browser, with other web platforms planned. When the user logs in, Google scans the email account for important and similar information. It then presents what it considers the most important parts of the email first and groups similar emails as “Bundles” that are named by type (e.g., “Travel” or “Updates”). It also converts physical addresses into Google Maps links and airline confirmation numbers into a flight status update.
Bundles: stay organized automatically
Inbox expands upon the categories we introduced in Gmail last year, making it easy to deal with similar types of mail all at once. You can even teach Inbox to adapt to the way you work by choosing which emails you’d like to see grouped together.
Highlights: the important info at a glance
Inbox highlights the key information from important messages, such as flight itineraries, event information, and photos and documents emailed to you by friends and family.
Reminders, Assists, and Snooze: your to-do’s on your own terms
Inbox makes it easy to focus on your priorities by letting you add your own Reminders, from picking up the dry cleaning to giving your parents a call. No matter what you need to remember, your inbox becomes a centralized place to keep track of the things you need to get back to.
Get started with Inbox
Starting today, google sending out the first round of invitations to give Inbox a try, and each new user will be able to invite their friends. If Inbox can’t arrive soon enough for you, you can email google at firstname.lastname@example.org to get an invitation as soon as more become available.
You can see simple animated demo at Google’s WebSite
Source : GoogleBlog