Inbox is dead, welcome Spark for Android as its replacement


For better or for worse (most would argue for worse), Inbox is dead. Google killed the Gmail-based email app leaving us with the standard version of Gmail, which admittedly has gotten some of the features of Inbox in updates. You can also bring back the look of Inbox with a Chrome extension, but it won’t bring back the feature set.

Fortunately, Spark for Android has come at an opportune time. Spark was a previously iOS-exclusive email app with a unique set of features aimed at bringing you to inbox zero. It’s heavily customizable, offers email scheduling, a smart search for finding emails easier, sorting between personal and work, and a lot more. It’s not exactly an Inbox replacement, but it offers the more advanced features some of us have been yearning for in Gmail.

The app has now launched on Android and you can download it from the Google Play Store today! It’s not for everyone, and the average user may prefer the simplicity of Gmail. But if you want more, give it a shot. It’s rough around the edges but it gives you a taste of what’s to come.

Via: The Verge

Dima Aryeh
A tech nerd from childhood, Dima also enjoys building and racing cars as well as photography and video games to pass the time.

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