Pete Pachal says, “Google’s on a mission to reinvent email. Its weapon: Inbox, a standalone app that launched last week.

Inbox aims to make email more useful with several new tools. It surfaces relevant content (photos, for example) and information from within individual messages so you don’t have to open anything to get at what you really want. Bundles sort your messages for you, letting you find important messages faster. Plus you can add your own reminders that work with Google Now.

But there’s something important that Inbox isn’t: Gmail. Although the whole aim of Google Inbox is to make email more useful, it’s not intended to replace the Gmail experience. Yet”.

The creators of Google Inbox explain why it’s the future of Gmail

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