It appears that the 11-year-old Google service, Gmail that has won over more than 900 million users, could be nearing its end. Lately, when you go to Gmail.com, you get a notification telling you that Google is experimenting with a new ‘Inbox By Gmail’ service.
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A service, Google hopes will finally replace the traditional Gmail as we have come to know it. When you log in to your Gmail account, a pop-up appears that reads “Thanks for trying Inbox! To make it easier, we’ve updated Gmail to redirect you here.”
For the past 14 months, Google has been working on an alternative standalone email service ‘Inbox’, which has been available at inbox.google.com. But it now appears that Google is pushing for Inbox to be the default email service when you visit the usual the usual gmail.com. However, Google is not forcing Inbox down your throat, should you not like the experience on Inbox, you can always revert to the good old Gmail. By selecting ‘Turn it Off’ under the options menu.
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