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Google is offering Inbox invites until tomorrow morning
Oddly enough, Google still hasn’t opened up Inbox by Gmail to the general public months after its announcement. If you’ve been itching to try the service, today is your lucky day. Google is giving out Inbox invites until 9 AM PST/11 AM CST on Friday morning. All you need to do is send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your current Gmail address.
Inbox has been around for quite some time now, and the majority of users seem to be torn on the service. Some think it’s confusing and too limited, while others seem to think it’s an easier way to sort through their cluttered inboxes. No matter the case, Google has provided some interesting stats about how Inbox is doing. 70% of Inbox users are on Android, 28% on iOS and 34% on the web. 85% of all messages received on the service are grouped into a bundle of some sort, and 60% of users sweep away bundles twice a day. There are some other interesting stats listed, and you can find them all by following the Gmail link below.
If you want some more information about the app before you download it, head to our overview and hands-on video here. If you want to score an invite, hurry up and send that invite request!