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MailTime 2.0
Go through your email as fast and easy as text-messaging
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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 smart, fast and free email client for iPhone

Take control of your inbox. Instantly see what’s important and clean up the rest.

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Frykauf La Kosta
Frykauf La Kosta- UI/UX Designer
It's the fastest, most stable email client for someone like me (product hunter with about a hundred tousand unread messages). It also doesn't eat storage on my mac. And unlike many there, it's free.
Jose Luis Santos
Jose Luis Santos
Fast, Reliable, Easy to use and the latest update is great
Daniel Santiago
Daniel Santiago- ingdb
I like spark
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TechCrunch
Email app Spark added collaboration features back in May 2018. And Readdle, the company behind the app, is going one step further with a new feature specifically designed to delegate an email to one of your colleagues. While you can already collaborate with your team by sharing emails in Spark, the...
Lifehacker
iOS: Spark is one of the better email clients for iOS and today it arrives on the iPad alongside a handful of other new features for both versions. iPhone: There's no shortage of email apps for the iPhone, but none of them are perfect. Spark is a...
The Verge
Email sucks. Managing it is one of the most time consuming and irritating tasks for many people. As a result, there is no shortage of apps that try to ease the pain of dealing with an overflowing inbox.
The Verge
Spark, a sleek and customizable email app for iPhones and iPads, is debuting on the Mac today. The free app supports a variety of email services, including Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo, iCloud, Exchange, and other IMAP services. It boasts an intelligent organization system that automatically categorizes emails into different groups and will only notify for emails y… See more
Business Insider
Email is massive and unavoidable. You usually can't afford to get it wrong. But recently, I had the urge to try something new. Google's Gmail works fine, but, like Facebook, it's long been "that thing I use because it's a thing I use, not because it's delightful."
Lifehacker
Mac: When Spark initially launched on Mac, it had enough features to get by, but it still needed to check off a few boxes to convince power users to give it a look. In an update today, they've added a few new tools for managing your email.
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Automated email testing for dev/staging/QA/CI environments

MailSnag provides "fake" SMTP Server, so you never have production issues as of temporary service outages. Build resilient services for emails and don't SPAM customers during testing.

- Error simulation to ensure code handles SMTP outages

- Delay simulation to ensure code handles SMTP slowdowns

- Per Email Sharing and team collaboration

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