Decluttering your inbox has never been so easy, or looked so good. With Unroll.Me, you can unsubscribe from unwanted emails, consolidate sales/newsletters/listserv emails into a convenient daily digest called the Rollup, and keep the rest in your inbox.
Stop stressing over your inbox and get back to spending time on what matters to you. Download Unroll.Me and get back the “you time” you’ve been missing.
Swipe left to unsubscribe from the email subscriptions you don’t want. No future emails from these senders will land in your inbox.
Swipe up to roll up the email subscriptions you want into a daily digest, the Rollup. All future emails from these senders will bypass your inbox and be included in your daily Rollup digest.
Swipe right to keep the email subscriptions you want right in your inbox. These emails will continue to land directly in your inbox.
• Managing your subscriptions
Easily manage your email subscriptions by swiping left to unsubscribe, up to roll up and right to keep. If swiping isn’t your thing, you can also tap the button below the email corresponding to the action you wish to take. You can re-edit your email subscriptions in the edit tab by tapping on them to view the editing options.
• The Rollup
The Rollup is a once-daily digest containing all of the rolled up email subscriptions you receive and will be delivered each day at the time of your choosing: morning, afternoon, or evening.
• Multiple accounts
Switch between multiple email accounts easily in the Settings.
Unroll.Me currently supports Gmail, Google Apps, Yahoo! Mail, AOL, iCloud, and Outlook.com accounts.
If you have any questions, please reach out to us at email@example.com. We’re here for you.
Ratings and Reviews
Helpful in control of email
I like this app a lot. I am able to roll up the emails from stores, sites, catalogs in which I shop from. This way I keep them for when I really need them to search deals/discounts however they do not clog up my email. They come every morning in my daily roll up email (one email includes all I wanted to roll up).
The app allows me to unsubscribe from sites that I do not want emails from (spam/junk). They will go directly to my deleted box if they show up again. I did notice that these emails sometimes show up again in my inbox and am thinking they are now like robo calls in which they use a slightly different email to get through. I just go in and delete that one too.
My only issue is I had accidentally unsubscribe to a couple of businesses I like and when I find they had gone directly to my deleted items folder I try to put in in my in box but it will just go back to the deleted folder and I can't figure out how to change my preference.
Spend half the day subscribing, the other half, unsubscribing.
I am a compulsive information gatherer. I love to know everything about anything because you just never know when it will come in handy. Every day I am bombarded by email and spam. it seems like every time I subscribe to something new, they sell my name to someone else. Suddenly i get tons of unrelated advertising.
Everywhere I go online I feel pounded with ads. On Facebook now and every “free“ app is chock-full of advertising that pops up in your face so you can’t use the app until you read it. I’m just so sick of it.
That’s why I love this app. One of the best tools I have found to manage ADHD and get things done is TIO, or turn it off. When I’m trying to get something done, I turn off notifications. I have an app on my phone to track time I spend on tasks and warn me when the time is over. And I can turn the phone off and still get that alert, but nothing else. Love it.
Don’t fake your own death
Everybody my age; those of us who were thereto birth the internet and all the changes it has made in everyday life, were the guinea pigs for those who forged this new age. We made all the mistakes that those creators used to adjust and change that which they were making. One of those oft made mistakes was letting your e-mail address be written on every bathroom wall on the net. Us older models now have to clear 50 or more unwanted e-mails a day from a mailbox we just want to manage our personal lives with. Another reality is that changing your primary e-mail is like moving to another country. It’s like a relationship with a lover that you can’t live with, but cannot leave. Unroll me isn’t perfect (yet), but it will reduce the clutter pretty significantly. If you can’t afford a techie or are too old to be savvy about creating a new identity, try Unroll me!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.