Google’s invite-only Inbox app has finally expanded its roots beyond Android platform and is now available on Apple’s iPad devices.
Though Google has made no public announcement for the release, the mail client now is available for download on invite-only basis through App Store. The selected countries for the rollout of the iOS version does not include US for some reason currently.
Inbox launched by Google last year and since then, it is still stuck in the invite-only phase. To receive one of those invites, users just need to email Google to request their own invite to test out the system.
The application offers a new way to prioritize email. The iPad version of the application comes with few enhancements to provide a clean interface on the larger screen.
Inbox has been designed by the same team, that designed Gmail, but this app is not a substitute for your regular Gmail App. Inbox, which works with all other e-mail providers, just as same, as it works with Gmail, is aimed at giving you a more focused, and less-time consuming approach toward mail.
Inbox bundles similar messages together so you can deal with them all at once and get rid of them with one tap. You can get the most important information without even opening the message. You can also add Reminders so your inbox contains all the things you need to get back to.