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Inboxer
A clean, open-source desktop client for Google Inbox 💌

Inboxer — is an unofficial Inbox by Gmail client for desktop platforms. It's built on top of Inbox by Gmail web-version, has pleasant UI and supports useful keyboard shortcuts.

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Station unifies all your web apps in one neat & productive interface

🛠 A Smart Dock to organize your workflow

🔎 Unified Search to find anything quickly

🔔 Notification Center to stay in control

👉 Give it a try

🐞❓Questions, feature requests, bugs: Station community

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Danny de Vries
Danny de Vries- Web Developer
Was using Franz for a long time but Station has way more integrations.
Harshil Majithia
Harshil Majithia- Senior Analyst, Endurance International
Awesome it is.
Noëlie Rx
Noëlie Rx- Editor-in-chief and Front-End developper
I don't really know if you can add Salesforce on this tool, but I'm definitely sure that you can use it for integrate outlook, slack, skype and also gmail twitter and so on. You have all your app at the same place and you can stay more focus.
Around the web
Medium
We spend nearly ⅓ of our life online to get work done. Writing emails, editing spreadsheets, looking through analytics data, taking minutes - most of the work we achieve each and every day takes place in our trusty old Chrome, Firefox or Safari (and if you are a digital hipster, Internet Explorer).
Medium
Introducing Station's new Notification Center. Notifications came to life with an honorable aim in mind: telling users something new just happened. The sad truth is they have become hacks designed to steal our attention rather than meaningful insights into our work. We can receive up to one notification every 4 minutes.
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A simple, beautiful, and powerful email client for Mac

Polymail is a simple, beautiful, and powerful email client for Mac and iOS. With real-time read-receipts, personalized campaigns, follow-up reminders, contact profiles, and even Salesforce integrations all wrapped in a beautiful UI, Polymail makes your morning email grind effortless.

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Ayush Mittal
Ayush Mittal- bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌
Been using Polymail. Beautiful UI, great features with the same lightweight, seamless interface that you should expect from a native email client. Email tracking, snooze, attachment tracking, contact profiles, send later, etc.
Arun Sathiya
Arun Sathiya- Happiness Engineer, Automattic
Polymail is easily the best yet. At least, it works magic for me. With features like email tracking, contacts, schedules and many more, Polymail for Mac fits my needs.
David Kampmann
David Kampmann- Brand and Social Media Consultant
Apps for both Mac and iPhone. And has built in read email checking, so you get notified when someone reads the email you sent them. Never using a different email tool if I can avoid it.
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VentureBeat
For those who practically live and die by email, being able to get things done is essential, but it has to work according to how you're most comfortable. Polymail believes it has an option that gives you all your email, but also the productivity tools needed to get you through the day all in a single app.
The Next Web
In our Apps of the Year series, The Next Web team shares personal recommendations for our favorite apps of 2015. I have used Gmail since 2006. I remember how beautifully simple it was compared to the bloated carcass that was Microsoft's Hotmail. It was clean, simple, a joy to use.
Lifehacker
iPhone/Mac: You have far too many email apps to choose from on iOS, but if you're still searching for the perfect app for your workflow, Polymail's an app that's worth a look. Polymail has been in beta for a long time, but the Mac and iPhone app are now available publicly.
Macrumors
Desktop email client Polymail recently launched a new iOS version of its app, focusing on simple and intuitive ways to get users through massive email lists with the same connected and social-minded aspects of the desktop app. Polymail allows users to manage their Gmail, iCloud, and Outlook, through the iOS app, which now syncs automatically with the Mac app… See more
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Kate
Kate- Head of Social @ GitHub
I'm a huge Inbox fan (true story: I switched from Microsoft to Google mail services because of the release of Inbox— I was that impressed). You can create your own bundling rules / quasi-folders that can sort your newsletters into dedicated places in your inbox for you. From there, you can read them or delete them / mark them "done" en masse. It's super effe… See more
Abhilash Jain
Abhilash Jain- Customer Success / Growth
Been using Inbox since I got to try the beta, haven't moved since. It's super simple and intuitive and makes the best out of your mail. As stated earlier by @colbyfayock and @katesegrin it's amazing. Try it to believe it :)
Colby Fayock
Colby Fayock- Front End & UX at Element 84
I run into the same issue, but what I find helpful as a Gmail user is simply using inbox's bundling features instead. It collapses to a nice single entry to update you upon incoming newsletters or you can schedule out when you receive the bundle (once a day or once a week). Pretty similar to Unroll.me, but native to Inbox and you get all the additional cool … See more
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A browser made precisely for your apps.

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Ivan Wong
Ivan Wong- QCG
Not free (unless you recommend 5 friends) and independent of the browser, but I found this to be the fastest and most stable of all the options for the Mac.
Luca Demian
Luca Demian- Student Developer
Best one I've used.
Niklaus Gerber
Niklaus Gerber- I assist with digital innovation
Once you use it you will never go back. FRANZ is also great but hogs way more ressources.
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