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The fast, fun mobile inbox that puts email in its place.
Note: Currently for Gmail and iCloud accounts. Other email platforms are on the way!
Mailbox is a completely redesigned inbox that makes email light, fast, and mobile-friendly. Quickly swipe messages to your archive or trash. Scan an entire conversation at once with chat-like organization. Snooze emails until later with the tap of a button — they’ll return to your inbox automatically so you can focus on what's important now.
Mailbox checks your email from the cloud and delivers it to your phone securely. Now with Auto-swipe, Mailbox learns from your swipes and snoozes to automate common actions. Mute that conversation you don’t care about, snooze messages from your friend to this evening, or route all of your receipts to a list — automatically.
Mailbox’s delightful UI and smart features make getting to zero — and staying there — a breeze. After you experience a clean inbox, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.
“Already the app I use most often.”
—MG Siegler, parislemon.com
“The best email management app you'll ever use.”
— Ryan Lawler, TechCrunch
What's New in Version 2.4.5
- Bug fixes and performance improvements
Mailbox for Mac OS10 Yosemite & IOS 8
My new, favorite Mail app for both my iMac operating on Yosemite and my iPhone 6 Plus and iPad running iOS 8.3. A MacUser and loyalist since 1982 I was having serious problems with Apple Mail. All are working together harmoniously via the iCloud. Thanks to Mailbox!
I knew little or nothing about 3rd party mail client apps. First tried to set up Airmail 2.0 and Inky… To no avail. They could not work with iCloud no matter how hard I tried. Finally, I turned to Mailbox and could not believe how quickly it set up. No incoming or outgoing service set up issues involving IMAP & SMTP protocols etc. it is intuitive, fast and stable. As an author and editor I need a Mail app that allows me to quickly transfer data to an from my authors. I love this app. It is transforming my life.
I have used mailbox since it debuted. I like to try new apps to make sure I'm not missing out on something new and better. For email, I've recently tried google's inbox and spark- I keep coming back to mailbox. It has the simplest and cleanest user interface.
I do not like the idea of a "smart inbox" where the inbox auto-groups my emails- I find it to be confusing and makes me more disoriented when looking at my inbox.
Also, mailbox is fantastic for organizing if you use the "list" feature. Lists are basically folders, but they are so easy to create and make email so organized as compared to other mail services that either make the folders difficult to find or only allow you to search for email, which does not always result in what you are looking for.
Are there drawbacks? Sure. The fact that you can only connect to Dropbox and not to google drive and box ect... is limiting. Also the actions for notifications (archive) are unreliable. Sometimes loading emails with images can be choppy as well.
All of these critiques are minor though. As I said earlier, no other email app has compared. Maybe it's the simplicity, but it just works.
Fundamental options missing
Still missing fundamental basic options for a mail app. Either the developers are no longer working on the app or they don't care what their fans want and need. I believe it's both. Emails to them go unanswered. It's a shame really. The app had so much potential. Anyone looking for some of the same features should look no further than SPARK. An app that is at least seeing regular updates.
I have loved this app and have been emailing the developers since its release that the app needs the option to alphabetize lists and have the ability to sync across idevices.
With the recent box breach, and as per box's tech advice, box users should change their password. Well I did. The password change logged me out of mailbox and to my horror when I logged back in, all my folders had become completely chaotic and out of order.
I have over 50 folders. I refuse to spend one second alphabetizing my lists again. This is a serious flaw with the app in my opinion. All my idevices had this happen. If folders were able to sync, at least I would only have to reorder one idevice to have ally idevices the same.
Until this fundamental option is added, the app is worth only one star. Not in the habit of making more work for myself in order to have simple functionality from an app.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Jul 08, 2015
- Version: 2.4.5
- Size: 28.9 MB
- Languages: English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese
- Seller: Dropbox, Inc.
- © 2013 Dropbox Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.