7 Alternatives to MailTime 2.0
Nikita RusakovInbox 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- Founder, NorthStories.ioI 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
Dan Edwards- Design at Product HuntTried multiple email clients and recently made the switch to Spark, really helpful for collaboration across teams and beautiful interface along with some really handy features like automatically rounding up newsletters and alerts into sections!
Saevant- Interactive DeveloperSpark has everything you need, it's super-customizable, no monthly fees or anything weird but I think you have to pay for the product itself. It syncs GREAT over icloud. I've used it for years man and I'm a stickler for speed, simplicity, readability and taste... this has it all for me.
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LifehackeriOS: 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 VergeEmail 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 VergeSpark, 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 InsiderEmail 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."
LifehackerMac: 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.