Google has announced that another of its workstation apps will close and the inbox email service will close on April 2nd.
The Inbox has been set for the Chop server for some time, with the date for Spring 2019 most recently named by Google, but users are now being alerted to the end of their apps.
Some users reported yesterday that when the app opens, a pop-up message will be displayed saying that the service will be closed in 15 days. The Inbox may end on April 2nd.
The pop-up window includes a link that allows the user to switch to the normal Gmail app, where they can be sure that their messages are waiting for them. Google also says it's "hard" to continue porting some of Inbox's most popular features.
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The inbox is not the only Google service coming soon to be finalized, and the technology giant reveals that its social network Google+ will also close on April 2nd. Two major bugs have been discovered on the service, including the Video call service Allo and the URL shortener goo.gl were set to "Close".