A Reason to Move from GMail to Google Inbox

I've been using GMail for a long time and the default method has been over at gmail.com. A while back now, Google announced a new mail client to access your GMail. It is called Inbox and while it certainly has a nice slick interface, some people get a bit lost over the reminder, dismiss and archive features. In all honesty, there hasn't been a huge reason for many people to switch. Google just gave you a reason. If you have more than one email account, Inbox lets you log in to multiple email accounts and display them all at once. I'm switching right now.

Google Inbox has a new “all inboxes” view on Android, allowing you to see all of your inboxes without tapping back and forth. This saves you two seconds of tapping each time you check your mail and keeps you from missing important messages arriving in your less-used mailboxes. While Gmail on Android has had this feature since 2015, it has yet to come to Gmail on iOS.

Source: TheVerge