By Nixon Kanali
Google on Wednesday introduced a new e-mail service called Inbox, a service which it says is designed to focus on what really matters.
Available for iOS and Android platforms through an invite system, the feature has been designed to help users organize their e-mail by highlighting the most important parts of an e-mail such as phone numbers, even pictures, flight itineraries or event information .
”For example, all your purchase receipts or bank statements are neatly grouped together so that you can quickly review and then swipe them out of the way” Google said in a blog post on its official Gmail Blog.
Inbox will also let 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” It said.
The internet giant company said it is sending out the first round of invitations to give Inbox a try, and each new user will be able to invite their friends.
Check the video below to see how Inbox works