Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Google Allegedly Planning To shutdown Gmail Service, Migrating Users To Inbox

It appears that search engine giant Google is slowly killing its hugely popular e-mail service, Gmail.

No, this doesn't mean that you are losing your e-mail account, but Google is migrating its e-mail services to  ‘Inbox By Gmail’.
The company has reportedly started notifying users of its experimental 'Inbox By Gmail' service that the new service has replaced their existing Gmail account.


Google Starts Migrating Users to Inbox

Inbox was launched in October 2014 with  aims to help Gmail users better organize emails and display information such as appointments, flight bookings and package deliveries in a more user-friendly way.
The app  is available on the Web as well as on Android smartphones and iPhones.

Something rather interesting is happening at the Gmail.com domain right now. Google has started notifying users of its experimental ‘Inbox By Gmail’ service that this has replaced their Gmail account…
The pop-up appears when Inbox users login and states “Thanks for trying Inbox! To make it easier we’ve updated Gmail to redirect you here”. In plain URL terms this means the standalone inbox.google.com address for the beta service disappears and Inbox instead resides at gmail.com. 

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