Unofficial, free and open-source Google Inbox Desktop App
Inboxer — is an unofficial Google Inbox client for desktop platforms. It's built on top of Google Inbox web-version, has pleasant UI and supports useful keyboard shortcuts.
- Familiar Google Inbox interface
- Cross-platform (macOS/Linux, Windows is planed)
- Useful Keyboard shortcuts
- Auto-updates to the latest version
- Multiple accounts
- Optional Always on Top
- TODO: Desktop notifications
- TODO: Dark theme
- TODO: Custom text size
- TODO: Ability to use as default mail client
All feature requests and contributions are welcome!
Inboxer works well on macOS 10.9+. Version for Linux is available, but may be unstable. Windows support is planed in nearest future.
You can download the latest version on Releases page or below.
* — Notice, that the
AppImage needs to be made executable after download.
Inboxer supports all Google Inbox keyboard shortcuts, system-specific keybindings and more. Additional keybindings are listed below:
|Compose Message||Cmd/Ctrl N|
|Create Reminder||Cmd/Ctrl Shift N|
|Go to Inbox||Cmd/Ctrl I|
|Go to Shoozed||Cmd/Ctrl S|
|Go to Done||Cmd/Ctrl D|
|Drafts||Cmd/Ctrl Shift D|
|Sent||Cmd/Ctrl Shift S|
|Reminders||Cmd/Ctrl Shift R|
|Trash||Alt Shift T|
|Spam||Alt Shift S|
|Open Contacts||Cmd/Ctrl Shift C|
|Toggle Sidebar||Cmd/Ctrl F|
|Toggle "Always on Top"||Cmd/Ctrl Shift T|
|Keyboard Shortcuts Reference||Shift ,|
|Toggle Developer Tools||Option Cmd I (macOS) or Ctrl Shift I|
This code is in no way affiliated with, authorised, maintained, sponsored or endorsed by Google or any of its affiliates or subsidiaries. This is an independent and unofficial Google Inbox app. Use it at your own risk.
End User License Agreement
- You will not use this repository for sending mass spam or any other malicious activity.
- We / You will not support anyone who is violating this EULA conditions.
- Repository is just for learning / personal purposes thus should not be part of any service available on the Internet that is trying to do any malicious activity (mass bulk request, spam etc).
MIT © Denys Dovhan