InboxIt – No more forgetting things behind

[App] InboxIt – The ultimate productivity tool


InboxIt  Put everything into your inbox with 1-click.

Ever find something you really want to read or review later, and then forget about it?
Whether it is an article, image, video, or anything else, easily send it to yourself with a single click and find it waiting for you later!
That’s not all, InboxIt allows you to create reminders from almost everywhere, no more forgetting things behind!

How it works?
InboxIt appears in your share menu. Click to share via InboxIt, and your item will instantly and privately be waiting for you in your email inbox.
What’s easier than that?

For creating reminders, you can use the notifications tile, set a shortcut on the launcher screen, or use the app. The reminder can be sent right away or scheduled for a later time.
InboxIt also supports attaching files so reminders can have more context

What makes InboxIt better?
There is no need to type your email address, subject title or email body manually. InboxIt
does it all with a ‘single click’.
In addition, InboxIt grabs the website’s image and description for nicer and more readable emails.
In other words, InboxIt is better than sharing to your email app!

No more clicking on emails to figure what article that was. Images and videos are also supported (up to Gmail’s size limit of about 35 MB, may change)

That’s not all
You can also create quick reminders using the app shortcut/widget.
This way all of your items will be waiting in the same place!

Premium features:
Custom subject prefixes
Custom recipient
Automatically apply Gmail labels
Scheduled reminders
Remove InboxIt branding

Notes:
THIS IS NOT A REPLACEMENT FOR THE INBOX APP and IT’S NOT AN EMAIL
CLIENT. Please read the full description and watch the demo video.
A Gmail account is required for using the app. Items can be saved to ANY account.

InboxIt user reviews :

Five stars to help counteract the morons who say this app piggy backed it’s way into their phones. Great app. No piggy backing either.

Amazing timesaver when it comes to quickly getting files (e.g. scanned documents) from your phone onto your PC. Before I got this, I either uploaded files to Drive but then had to go to the trouble of logging into Drive on the PC, which is slow due to two-factor identification, or I sent an e-mail to myself, filling in the recipient address with a preconfigured shortcut on my Anroid keyboard and typing some gibberish into the subject line, but with InboxIt, it’s become much quicker and more convenient. Got the premium version just to support the developer for implementing this great concept. Thanks, I hope this app stays functional long into the future.
  • Lowenhardt studios
  • Thank you for your support!
Almost exactly what I want. The one thing I’d like to see is an option to set the default screen to the “new reminder” one so I could open the app, type something, and send it. Currently I have to long press on the app in my launcher and choose New Reminder. A little clunky, but it’s better than nothing. The one click sharing is perfect though.
  • Lowenhardt studios
  • Hi Alex, ‘New Reminder’ is what Android calls a ‘shortcut’. when you long click the launcher icon, drag the ‘New reminder’ icon and it will create a new shortcut on the launcher ‘desktop’. If you need further assistance, please use the contact option via the app menu or contact us at inboxit[at]lowenhardt.com
Very useful… when it works. I find that I have to set it up repeatedly for it to work. It shows up fine in Gmail, but not when forwarded/read in Outlook. Great idea, but the execution is lacking.
  • Lowenhardt studios
  • Hi Brent, I’m not familiar with any of the issues you’ve mentioned. Can you please email me at inboxit@lowenhardt.com so I’ll be able to address those? Thank you

Inbox by Google Is shutting down and that’s alright. InboxIt, however, takes really good/useful features and runs with it. If you like to read a lot and save a couple article to your email, this app is a really nice and easy to do so.

Giving 5 stars but I have a question. I desperately want this to work with evernote. Evernote creates you an email address so you can email content directly into your account but it’s not working with this app. A note is created but the content is missing except for your icon Update: The developer is very responsive. The app is worth every penny
  • Lowenhardt studios
  • Hi Greg. Please contact me via the contact option in the app menu and I’ll do my best to assist.

Bringing some of the functionality back that Google stripped from us when killing off Inbox. I’ll be keeping this one for sure so I can keep my reminders in my email like Inbox had. I can’t wait to see what else the dev can come up with for more Inbox-like features (if at all possible). Great work

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