Alternative products to Go for Gmail

Go for Gmail

Check your Gmail from your Mac menu bar

5 alternative and related products to Go for Gmail

New Gmail

The new version of Gmail web

Google presents the new version of Gmail web with new security and intelligent features. Do more without leaving your inbox, with easy access to apps including Calendar, Tasks and Keep. Smart Reply helps you respond to messages faster.

Go into settings and select "Try new Gmail"

Thomas DIDIER- Marketing, Forest Admin 🌲
I'm using Gmail app via Station (www.getstation.com). Working fine so far.
Matt Harney- Work @APPEALIE
Gmail and GSuite - incredible value. Light years ahead of what any hosting provider will ever be able to offer.
Google
G Suite VP Product Management, G Suite Published Apr 25, 2018 Since the beginning, our aim with G Suite has been to help companies transform the way they work with our suite of cloud-based collaboration and productivity apps. Today we're announcing major updates to help the more than 4 million paying businesses that use G Suite work safer, smarter and more e… See more
10 Alternatives to New Gmail

Boxy

Inbox by Gmail, finally on your Mac

Boxy is the best Inbox by Gmail client for Mac, with a sleek and polished interace, and many native features like Push Notifications, Reader Mode and Markdown Support.

Jonathan L.- Co-founder of Clearwage
On your Mac, if you are more into desktop apps than having a webmail in your browser, Boxy is a great choice. 👌
John Alexander- Growth @ shoflo
For those who use gmail. this is a great native solution. clean interface. free with set app!
7 Alternatives to Boxy

Kiwi for Gmail

The only true email client for Gmail on Mac

Andrew Crookston- Developer and Entrepenur
I prefer Mailplane which I also posted but this is a good alternative / similar to Mailplane.
Chuck Burt- Vice President of Product, SellerCrowd
Great native Gmail client that bridges the gaps left by webmail.
St3ve
Should work for Google Docs, Sheets and Slides from what I've heard!
9 Alternatives to Kiwi for Gmail

What is your favorite macOS menubar app?

Sindre SorhusMaker · macOS Developer · Open-Sourcerer
Bartender 2 - Organize and hide menu bar items on your Mac
"It lets me hide menubar apps I don't use very often but that I would still like to be accessible."
f.lux - Adjusts your computer's display to adapt to the time of day
"I've been letting macOS handle this recently, but the Apple offering is still very limited. f.lux is still far superior. Per app exclusions… See more
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