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Oskar von Hauske
Oskar von Hauske- Designer @ Google
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Nikita Rusakov
Nikita Rusakov
Inbox does a great job grouping all of my itineraries for the trip, identifies the relevant one and groups automatically. You can also add and remove any of the itineraries manually.
Allan Caeg
Allan Caeg- Founder, NorthStories.io
I use a combination of Reminders and Google Inbox. This is such a crowded space and it's extremely difficult to differentiate... At the end of the day, sticking to giants like Apple and Google is safe, especially if you care about the company not shutting down soon
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Artificial intelligence-powered email.

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John Blackwell
John Blackwell- Founder at EveryBalance
Look into notion.so as well. May not have the features you need but it's a wide open, customizable workspace.
Paul Loffredo
Paul Loffredo
Now called Trove, I think. This app rocks! Uses AI to determine what emails are important to you and UI offers a nice contrast between important and others. Can swipe to archive multiple emails at a time, it really is as satisfying as you think
Daylen
Daylen- Student and Wikipedian in Vancouver
The app is now called Trove. It is my daily driver email client. Works better on Android compared to the others I have tried in the past. Plus, it has Amazon Alexa integration.
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Intelligent inbox and calendar for iOS, Android, Mac & Slack

Intelligent inbox and calendar for iOS, Android, Mac & Slack

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Anthony Lee
Anthony Lee- Android Engineer
Best modern email app out there and only getting better with every new release. All the bells and whistles that you would expect but much, much more with its various integrations (Slack, Alexa) and in-app voice controls.
Aashay Mody
Aashay Mody- Growth @ Astro
Does everything you'd expect from a modern email & calendar app (open tracking, send later, undo send, snooze etc), plus the added benefits of intelligent insights (unsubscribe suggestions, question detection etc) and a Slack integration. All of this for FREE!
Emily Kramer
Emily Kramer- VP Marketing @astro. Ex-Asana, Ticketfly
Calendar and email in one app. I like being able to add simple events using natural language by typing to the in-app assistant, Astrobot. Reminders and Snoozed emails also show up on the calendar, which is a nice way to see everything happening that day.
Around the web
Digital Trends
Astro has officially launched Astro 3.0 -- a new version of its email assistant app. Aside from a redesigned interface, the update brings a variety of new features such as a built-in calendar, an extended list of Astrobot commands, and more.
VentureBeat
Astro, software that aims to solve the problems with email through the application of AI, released its latest major update today, adding a built-in calendar and simplifying how users interact with automated insights about their messages. Email clients seem to be a dime a dozen, and those promising some sort of AI functionality are growing in number.
Astro
Today's a big day on Astro's Calendar-we're launching major updates to our apps on , , , and . With the new Astro, it's easy to know what to focus on today. Astro now has a built in Calendar, more Astrobot Insights and Commands, an updated design, and @mentions.
The Verge
Astro is the latest email app to add a built-in calendar so that you can flip directly between your inbox and a list of your upcoming events. But for Astro, the addition could eventually be even more helpful than it is elsewhere: the app's big hook is the inclusion of an AI assistant that scans your emails and makes recommendations for you to take action on.
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Your personal assistant for Gmail and Apple Mail 📬

Mailbutler is a light-weight email extension for Gmail and Apple Mail that makes up for all your email client’s missing functionalities, while seamlessly integrating to your inbox's interface. Just a few things that Mailbutler can do: Send Later, Tracking, Signatures, Templates, Notes & Tasks...and so much more!

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Simone Wong
Simone Wong- 👋 comms @mailbutler. i write to create 🔌
I use Apple Mail for my emails on mac and Todoist for my tasks. Mailbutler is an email add-on for Apple Mail and Gmail - one of its features is to turn emails into tasks directly in your inbox, which syncs to most productivity apps like Todoist, Wunderlist, Trello, MeisterTask... it's great for both personal and business email use. Apart from this, I also u… See more
Simone Wong
Simone Wong- 👋 comms @mailbutler. i write to create 🔌
For those working with Gmail or Apple Mail! If you're looking for a solution that make emails more efficient and stress-free, give Mailbutler a go. It won't change the interface of your inbox (everything you're used to remains!) but simply supercharges it with a suite of productivity tools (Send Later, Signatures, Snooze, Tracking...) ⭐️
Anthony Recenello
Anthony Recenello- Dating Coach and Head of Wolf & Garden
I have tried literally EVERY mail app. Honestly, they just aren't as perfect compared to the regular Mac Mail. Plus, I can add Mailbutler to it as a free plugin and get all the cool features of the 3rd-party mail apps. (Plus I bought SpamSieve and now my Mail.app is a powerhouse!)
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Medium
What are 'actions'? What does it mean when I'm 'out of actions'? Our Knowledge Base article here explains the terms 'actions' and 'sponsored actions' on the new Mailbutler. In short: Essential users can use up to 30 Professional and Business actions per month.
Medium
It was more than two years ago when we first introduced Mailbutler , a lightweight plugin for Apple Mail that supercharges email with an extensive range of features like Send Later, Track Emails and more.
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