Google's Inbox Email App Now Free for All to Use
Google today said its Inbox desktop email service and associated mobile applications are open to anyone who wants to use them. Before today, the app required potential users to register for an invitation. Google gave the email service new features, as well, including Trip Bundles, which package together all the details of upcoming trips, such as flight and hotel details. The app gains new controls, too, such as undo send, swipe to delete, and signatures. Last, Inbox has tweaked reminder and note functions meant to help save users time. Inbox is free to download from the Google Play Store.
Google Trips Refreshed with More Manual and Automatic Controls
Apr 26, 2017
Google today announced several new features for its Google Trips tool. Trips already will automatically create travel cards based on user emails with flight, hotel, and car reservations.
Google's Inbox Now Able to Share Travel Details
Dec 14, 2015
Google today made it simpler for Inbox users to share the details of upcoming trips. The existing Trip Bundles feature, which packages together various facets of trips (flight details, car rentals, calendar appointments, etc.), can now be shared with others.
Google Makes It Easier to Find and Book Hotels and Flights
Feb 6, 2018
Google today improved the way Google Search finds and sorts hotels and flights when planning trips. To start, searching for hotels should now include better price filters and quickly discoverable details, such as hotel amenities.
Google Just Made It Easier to Save Money on Flights and Hotels
Dec 14, 2017
Google today updated several of its travel tools in ways that should help people find the best, least-expensive options when traveling. Google Flights, for example, now includes tips under search results, such as when prices are abnormally low or high.
Inbox from Google Better Manages Events and Links
Apr 20, 2016
Google today updated its Inbox service with features that should help people keep track of events, newsletters, and web links with less fuss. Google says Inbox will now cluster emails regarding a single event together and always display the most up-to-date information in an easy-to-glance format.