Update [April 23, 2019]: After it was confirmed by a few users that even though last few versions of the app weren’t working now, a version that was released in July 2018 is still working fine, we have updated the article to provide the download link for that release, which is version 1.75.
Inbox by Google has officially been shelved off the market. If you have tried to use it today, like many of us, you may have seen the screen greeting you to switch to Gmail instead.
Another brilliant innovation by Google bites the dust. But hey, we can be relentless too. There is a way to keep using Inbox. A few Redditors have been trying all day to locate a previous version of the app that we could still use. Through many trials, errors and subversions of the Google cleanup team, we think they’ve finally found it.
How to get Inbox
APK Mirror has a version of Inbox from September that you can download. Follow the steps given below to continue using the app:
- Uninstall the current version of Inbox on your phone, if any.
- Download the APK that was released in July 2018 from here.
- Ensure that either, armeabi-v7a or arm64-v8a, is the right version for your phone and choose accordingly. Make sure you choose the September 11 version.
- Install the Inbox app using the APK file.
- If you’re not sure how to download an APK on your phone, check this out.
- The easiest way to do is simply open a file manager app, find the file on your phone, and then tap on it to begin the installation.
- Run the app. Have fun!
There is no way of knowing how long this solution will work. But till it does you can probably postpone your final goodbye to the Inbox by Google.