Oct 24 AT 3:22 PM Dustin Earley 91 Comments

Google Inbox users can now invite their friends

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If you didn’t get your invite to Google Inbox, the new email service from Gmail, fret not. Inbox has announced via Twitter this afternoon that users of the new service will be able to invite three of their friends to come along for the ride.

Inbox says the invites are, “coming your way soon,” but we can confirm that invites are already available to some users. To send out an invite, you simply have to use the Speed Dial button located near the bottom of the app and look for “Invite to Inbox” golden ticket icon. Once you invite someone by entering in their email, they will get a message with a download link to get started.

A strange mixture of email, Gmail and Google Now, Inbox has only been available to beta users for two days now and is already making waves and being praised as the true evolution of email. Feel free to use the comments to hand out your invites if you don’t already have someone in mind.

 

Source: Twitter

Dustin Earley: Tech enthusiast; avid gamer; all around jolly guy.

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