If you’re among the first wave of Inbox users, and you’ve got the software installed on your smartphone and tablet, you’ll probably want to swing by the Chrome Web Store and grab Google’s new web app.

For now it’s pretty much a bookmark for Inbox, but at least it’ll give you quick access to Mountain View’s new email management platform. If you’re unfamiliar with Inbox (check out our overview), it’s pretty much a marriage between Gmail and Google Now that makes it easier to keep up with emails and day-to-day tasks. Inbox is currently only available on an invite-only basis, however Google is starting to send out more invitations, so be sure to apply for one.


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