Google to shut down this email service on April 2

The technology giant Google has previously announced the closure of its popular email application: Inbox. The company has already confirmed the date for this. Google has announced that it will close the Inbox by Gmail app on April 2nd.

According to the notification sent to users in the inbox, the company said the Gmail inbox will be completely closed within 15 days. Along with the Inbox app, Google Google+ social network will also bite the dust on the same day. Previously, Google had announced the closure of the inbox at the end of March. Now the company has extended this date a few days.

In addition to announcing the official closing date of the Inbox app, the company also mentioned some shortcuts to opening the Gmail app. The company also indicated that it will gradually introduce some features of the Inbox application to Gmail.

With Inbox and Google+, the technology giant will also remove plug-ins from its popular Google Allo email application and URL shortening tool this month. All these services are closed as part of the spring cleaning by the company.

In an official statement, the company said, "Four years after the launch of Inbox in 2014, we learned a lot about how to improve e-mail, we take advantage of the popular inbox experiences and add them to Gmail to help more than a billion people Do more with your emails every day As we look to the future, we want to take a more focused approach that will help us deliver the best messaging experience for everyone. As a result, we plan to focus only on Gmail and end Inbox support by Gmail by the end of March 2019. "

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