Spark is the best personal email client and a revolutionary email for teams. You will love your email again!
"Best of the App Store" - Apple
"It's a combination of polish, simplicity, and depth" - FastCompany
"You can create an email experience that works for you" - TechCrunch
**Beautiful and Intelligent Email App**
We are building the future of email. Modern design, fast, intuitive, collaborative, seeing what’s important, automation and truly personal experience that you love - this is what Spark stands for.
**Farewell to Busy Inbox**
Smart Inbox lets you quickly see what's important in your inbox and clean up the rest. All new emails are smartly categorized into Personal, Notifications and Newsletters.
**Discuss email privately**
Invite teammates to discuss specific emails and threads. Ask questions, get answers, and keep everyone in the loop.
**Create email together**
For the first time ever, collaborate with your teammates using real-time editor to compose professional emails.
**Schedule emails to be sent later**
Schedule emails to be sent when your recipient is most likely to read them. It works even if your device is turned off.
**Snooze That One For Later**
Snooze an email and get back to it when the time is right. Snoozing works across all your Apple devices.
**Find Any Email In An Instant**
Powerful, natural language search makes it easy to find that email you're looking for. Just search the way you think and let Spark do the rest.
**Get Notified About Important Emails Only**
Smart Notifications filter out the noise, letting you know when an email is important, saving you from notification overload.
Integrate Spark into your workflow and take productivity to the next level. Supports Dropbox, Box, iCloud Drive, and more.
A full-featured calendar works right in your email to help you always be on top of your schedule. Create events easily using natural language.
**Create links to email**
Create secure links to a specific email or conversation. Share the link on Slack, Skype, CRM, or any other medium so your team can see it and collaborate around it.
**Sign Off With A Swipe**
Before you send an email, quickly swipe to choose the right signature for the occasion.
**Email with Emotion**
Quick Replies get the point across with just a tap. Love, like or acknowledge an email in an instant.
**Email Never Looked This Good**
That terrible mess in your inbox is now replaced it with a beautiful, threaded message design.
**A Truly Personal Experience**
Customize Spark to work as you do. You decide which swipes do what, what cards are shown, and how many emails you want to see.
You’ll love your email again!
If you need us, you can always find us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This update comes with a number of improvements to Spark functionality for personal use and team email.
- Allow others to send shared drafts on your behalf. All Spark for Teams users can let their teammates send shared drafts on their behalf.
- Notification preferences for team comments. We’ve added new options to let you control the amount of team notification you get. You can configure to get all comment notifications, only mentions, or group them together when your device is locked.
- Meet a long-hoped-for feature that provides you with an ability to select the part of a thread to be saved or printed. You can now print entire thread history with details for CC, BCC and To fields. And hyperlinks will remain clickable inside saved PDFs.
- One Day view. You can now stay focused with one day view of all your events. As an extra bonus, we also include weather forecast to let you know what you can expect from the weather.
- Event creation from email. Whenever someone mentions a specific time for meeting in the email message, you can simply click on it and create an event without leaving your inbox.
- Emojis for team comments. Express your emotions with emojis when you comment on email with your teammates.
- Swipe actions for 3rd party integrations. You can now configure swipes to save emails to third-party services right from your inbox.
- Expanded calendar shortcuts. For everyone out there who doesn’t like to take their hands off the keyboard, we added a whole new set of keyboard shortcuts to switch between your Inbox or calendar and more.
- Got rid of “immortal” shared threads. In case you had one of those emails that wouldn’t get archived, now it will behave properly.
- Resolved an issue occurring when you can’t quit Spark because of an infinite sync of the internal processes in the app.
We hope you enjoy the update!
Keep in touch with us at email@example.com and stay tuned for news and exciting features!
Ratings and Reviews
New to Spark, but…..
I use several email clients due to work, my own business, personal, etc. To say I despise the Gmail format is an understatement, so I was looking for something relatively user friendly, streamlined, and fast to manage, as I have planned to incorporate all these emails into one client by “forwarding.” I am trying Spark after using Outlook for yeasrs. I like a lot of the customization of Spark, but where it shines for me is the ability to customize the “swipe” feature. I can move emails around immediately without going to the ribbon IF I customize it to suit my own needs.
Yes, you have to take some time to learn the mechanics of it, and yes you have to customize it, and YES it’s a learning curve (albeit not a steep one). I’ve had it for less than two weeks and the only bit I don’t use yet is where I might connect it to a “note” app. For me, I would have liked to see a “Notes” feature inside Sperk to activate shoudl I choose instead of using one of these other programs, but I get that this would work for many folks…..I’m not one of them, though, as my notes are really quick and short (think stickies more than notebook notes).
That said, it’s not a heavy user program, IMO. It’s for those of us with short message needs and to keep our heads above water with all our clients. In that, I think it’ll be a keeper. (and let’s face it….ANYTHING is better than the Mac’s mail app—or at least I think so).
Near painless email
There is so much right with this program that I would gladly pay, and pay a lot, for it--the fact that's free is hard to believe. I use it on all platforms--phone, tablet, desktop, laptop-and it finally cured me of POP. I used to create a lot of categories and tags with my old programs (Postbox--prior to that Thunderbird--prior to that Mail) so as to keep track of things, but the search function in Spark is so robust that I don't have to now--I use gmail, which keeps an archive, and Spark searches it seemingly instantly.
Somehow everything is quicker with Spark, and simpler. I can follow the threads now--that always confused me in Postbox. I use the "send later" function, which I find essential, and which is an add on in Thunderbird and Postbox--but it's built right in to Spark--thank goodness, because I couldn't do without it.
I could go on and on. One thing I miss--in Postbox I could resize any graphic by clicking and dragging. In Spark you can reduce graphics, but you have to pick a size--small, medium, or large. That's the only thing I miss--but the tradeoff is well worth it. I spend a lot less time on email now. One more thing--I was constantly looking up how to do things in the manual of my old program--I don't even know if there is a Spark manual--but I seem fine without it--truly amazing.
Killer Quirks overshadow solid features
For my work email I tried using Outlook but found it too buggy and wouldn’t talk to my calendars. I tried the built-in Apple Mail but found its attachment handlign was highly problematic for my windows friends. When I found Spark I thought my search was over. Overall the app does email really well, with useful features like snooze and Smart Inbox and a clean user interface. However there are some quirks that are really getting in the way.
Spark recently added a calendar feature, but it won’t integrate with the calendars on Apple’s Calendar app. The end result is that when I receive calendar invites through email Spark intercepts them and won’t let me add them to my calendars (which are not associated with my email accounts). Just the ability to turn this off would solve this error.
Contact management is problematic. I needed to remove some old contacts from Spark but there is no easy way to do this. When I start typing an email address the old addresses pop up first, and there isn’t an option to remove them. Give me this option! Spark suggested I remove all messages to/from this person, and I have, but their email address persists in the autocomplete. I have accidentally sent multiple emails to the incorrect person because of this. Give me the option to remove this contact.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.