And the email app no longer requires an invitation.
Google announced a host of augmentations to the seven-month-old Inbox app today at I/O, its annual developer conference. Among them: Making the product available to everyone and adding new trip-related bundles.
To its Bundle feature, which groups together related emails, Inbox adds Trip Bundles, which gather all of the email related to a trip. According to Google, all of the particulars about a trip—think flight times—will pop up the moment a user opens Inbox. That's potentially bad news for TripIt, a mobile app that organizes trip information.
It will look like this:
Inbox is also adding an email retraction function called Undo Send, which allows users to “take back” an email in the moments immediately after sending it. In addition, Inbox users will now have the ability to swipe to delete email.
Finally, Inbox, which had been invitation-only, is now available for everyone.