Google made a huge push for its email management service Inbox for several months after its public debut in the first half of 2015, and while it’s considered superior to vanilla Gmail in many ways, it still lacked some pretty basic features that Gmail has had for ages, including support for viewing multiple inboxes at the same time. Google finally got around to fixing that particular grievance, and the service now allows you lump all your mail together into a single inbox. The only problem? You’ll need an Android device to use the new feature.
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