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Notion
Artificial intelligence-powered email.
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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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Simple, beautiful, powerful email for iOS

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Arun Sathiya
Arun Sathiya- Happiness Engineer, Automattic
Polymail on Mac is pure gold with read receipts and archiver. Fast and easy to use for multiaccount users.
Andrew Ettinger
Andrew Ettinger- 👟 @wearAtoms // ex @Twitter @ProductHunt
It's sleek and has awesome features
Sam Ayres
Sam Ayres- Web developer
Works on both iOS and MacOS, very functional email client with snooze and archive swipe functionality. (Also it's free)
19 Alternatives to Polymail iOS

A facelift for Gmail on iOS

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Matt Rosenberg
Matt Rosenberg- PR + Comms Manager, Wix.com
Usually too many notifications to scroll through on a lock screen. Just open the app and see what's going on. Then it's onto Twitter.
Nora Conrad
Nora Conrad- Owner of NoraConrad.com
Honestly, I have never found an app I like more than the classic Gmail app.
Nora Conrad
Nora Conrad- Owner of NoraConrad.com
Plain ol' Gmail for me. I've been using it to hit Inbox zero every single day. I keep messing around with other apps just for fun but I always go back to the classic web version. It's the best native email app out there.
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5 Alternatives to Gmail 5.0

AI meets email for Mac, iOS and Android

Modern email apps for Mac, iOS, Android, and Alexa, fully-integrated with Slack, and powered by artificial intelligence.

1/24/2018 UPDATE: New version of Astro launched! Check it out here: https://www.producthunt.com/posts/astro-3-0

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Nick Collins
Nick Collins- Art Director (UI / Games / UX / Design)
I have been using this for a few months now (Mac/iPhone) and really loving it. Any time I tried to use the AI for something useful it worked 99% of the time and seems to be getting better and better. Well-designed, well-built, thoughtful and USEFUL email client....Highly recommended...much better imo than Inbox or Spark. 5🌟 great job 😉 --- (Spark in p… See more
Lucas Grohn
Lucas Grohn- East Coast Trainer | Zillow Offers
Astro is currently the best email client out there for Gmail (and I believe 365) accounts. They are still in Beta and are near full featured. It allows to send later, snooze and set reminders. In addition to being a great standard client, it has built in AI that is only getting better as the days progress. It helps you quickly find action items in your emai… See more
Anom B.
Anom B.- Writer
Beside what Lucas said, Astro also has an Android app, which is nice.
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TechCrunch
On the surface, Astro, launching its public beta today, is a nifty but not completely necessary email client that combines machine intelligence and a bot interface to improve workflows and increase the signal to noise ratio of mail for power users.
The Verge
Do you want a chatbot to help you manage email overload? That's the question that Astro has to answer now that it's officially launching on iOS and the Mac. It's the simplest, quickest way to describe what Astro offers today. And when you put it that way, the answer is almost surely "no."
Android Central
If you're into the idea of using Alexa and Slack to answer your email, you might be interested in this little app.
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10 Alternatives to Astro

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.
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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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9 Alternatives to Astro 3.0

Take real-time notes on conference calls with AI

Never forget what your customers, colleagues, and investors said.

Whipnote is AI that takes real-time notes on your conference calls 🚀

So you can follow-up 10x faster and never drop the ball. Perfect for sales, support, market research, user interviews, investor, & team calls.

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Dan Waldschmidt
Precious minutes can turn into hours can turn into weeks looking for the best tools. And believe me, there are a lot of great tools out there that can do wonders for your business (and your productivity).
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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- Marketer and Copywriter
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!)
Szymon Sekula
Szymon Sekula
If you're used to Apple Mail but need just some additional features, I can't recommend Mailbutler enough. It seats comfortably in your everyday client, and the tracking is there when you need it - either for every email you send or just for selected ones. Check out www.mailbutler.io for more :)
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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.
6 Alternatives to Mailbutler 2.0

Modern email app for Mac, iOS, and Android, powered by AI

Modern email apps for Mac, iOS, Android, and Alexa, fully-integrated with Slack, and powered by artificial intelligence.

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Dr. Cleaner
Dr. Cleaner- marketing
Nice app.
Liina Potter
Liina Potter
Simple, intuitive interface and a chatbot that helps manage your inbox for you. Has everything you expect in a modern email client (Priority Inbox, Snooze, Send Later, Swipes, Email Reply Tracking, Mute, Unsubscribe, Customizable Notifications, Multiple Accounts in a Unified Inbox, etc.) and the bot adds an extra layer of intelligence to stay on top of impor… See more
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Android Central
If you're into the idea of using Alexa and Slack to answer your email, you might be interested in this little app.
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3 Alternatives to Astro for Android

Email collaboration for teams.

Polymail is a new kind of email platform that helps teams collaborate, be more productive, and work better, together. Say goodbye to email clutter and hello to organized collaboration. Seamlessly get team input, coordinate next steps, and share information with your team - while cutting down on unnecessary emails.

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Ben Swinford
Ben Swinford
Our team uses Polymail at IG-Technologies. Awesome. Big upgrade from Outlook and Spark
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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 singl...
TechCrunch
If you're more of a Gmail power user (or even semi-power user) and other email services geared toward work, you've probably installed plenty of plugins like Rapportive to make your job a little bit easier. And while it's all fine to try to pull together a suite of plugins to make ...
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11 Alternatives to Polymail 2.0

Clean up your inbox

Oh, no, these annoying emails again?! Don't worry Unroll.me is your email unsubscribing hero! Once you get it, it will go through your email address and provide you with a list of all your subscriptions and let you unsubscribe from them forever and it will combine the ones you want to save in one email delivered to you every day, called the Rollup!

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周正海
周正海- dude
Excellent tool for getting rid of annoying subscriptions. And it's FREE!
Kristina Kelly
Kristina Kelly
Unroll. me allows you to see a list of all your subscription emails and unsubscribe easily from whatever you don't want.
Mike Coutermarsh
Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
Definitely give unrollme a try. They identify subscriptions and allow you to unsubscribe.
9 Alternatives to Unroll.me

Talk to your inbox directly from Astro’s iOS & Android apps

Modern email apps for Mac, iOS, Android, and Alexa, fully-integrated with Slack, and powered by artificial intelligence.

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Engadget
Well, mostly: you can't invoke it with a wake-word like "Ok, Google." Once installed, you'll have to long-press the little Astrobot button that lives in your inbox. Then, you just gab away: asking if you have any emails prompts Astrobot to read through your most recent messages out loud, and telling it to archive, snooze or mark as unread worked consistently… See more
3 Alternatives to Astrobot Voice

Create reminders, notes and tasks while you're on a call 📞

With Call Actions, during and after call, you have the ability to perform some useful actions such as Create Reminders, To Do List/Task List, Book Appointments in your calendar, Send SMS, Send eMails, Search Caller ID on internet, Trace Caller, Run Call Report, Add Contact, Block Caller and Quick Redial Caller from a single dashboard with 1 click!

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10 Alternatives to Call Actions
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