11 Alternatives to Polymail 2.0
𝔻𝕒𝕪𝕝𝕖𝕟 𝕊𝕒𝕨𝕔𝕙𝕦𝕜The app is now called Trove. It is my daily driver email client. Works better on Android compared to the others I have tried in the past. Plus, it has Amazon Alexa integration.
Alisa SmelkovaMy pick for now is Notion. But I have some issues that I can't find a way to set a reacquiring tasks.
Intelligent inbox and calendar for iOS, Android, Mac & Slack
Aashay ModyDoes 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!
Anthony LeeBest 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.
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Digital TrendsAstro 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.
AstroToday'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 VergeAstro 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.
VentureBeatAstro, 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.
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