Simple, beautiful, powerful email for iOS
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
Paul LoffredoNow called Trove, I think. This app rocks! Uses AI to determine what emails are important to you and UI offers a nice contrast between important and others. Can swipe to archive multiple emails at a time, it really is as satisfying as you think
Daylen- Student and Wikipedian in VancouverThe 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.
Matt Rosenberg- PR + Comms Manager, Wix.comUsually 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- Owner of NoraConrad.comHonestly, I have never found an app I like more than the classic Gmail app.
Roy Glueckstern- Productivity is keyWow combines everything i need right on top of my email. Everything is done in one place
Noam “N.G.” Gordon- Building NearMe.pet with my dog.I love it that I can schedule emails after sending them. I love it that I can customize the swipes and the snoozing times, and what's not, they are coming with new inventions weekly. Down side is when you start a new email they left a too small area to find the place to type.
Dvir Ben-Aroya- Co-Founder & CEO, Hop EmailThe ONLY real productivity tool for every freelancer / entrepreneur / smb / student that combines real-time (messaging) email with advanced features of video / conference calls, collaborative channels and groups per topic. Unlike Slack, FB and others, Hop is OPEN and beneficial for external communication with clients, remote teams, suppliers, etc alongside t… See more
TechCrunchPing, a mobile messaging app that turns emails into real-time conversations, is relaunching today under the new name of "hop." (It seems that PING Golf may not have cared for the original name too much).
LifehackerAndroid/iOS: It's way easier to send a quick message to someone than write a long email. Why can't email be like messaging? Hop thinks it can, turning your emails into chat-style conversations you can reply to quickly. The email client takes a unique approach, turning each email into a simplified message conversation.
Giacomo Lawrance- Author of thenerdystudent.comAwesome app - simple, yet powerful. I've tried other apps, but they are just too full of clutter. Spark lets me just work with my email without getting bogged down with trying to find the reply button ;)
AppleInsider ForumsPreviously available for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch, Readdle's hit email client Spark launched on macOS on Wednesday, and is now available as a free download from the Mac App Store. Spark for Mac is a 13.3-megabyte download that requires macOS 10.11 or later.
LifehackeriPhone: There's no shortage of email apps for the iPhone, but none of them are perfect. Spark is a new email app that does a lot right. Spark combines a lot of the features of other popular email apps, including Google's Inbox (which it borrows some design features from as well), Mailbox, and Microsoft Outlook.
TechCrunchSpark is a neat email client with a few tricks up its sleeve. While it has been available on iOS for a while, Readdle is launching the app in the Mac App Store today so that you can use the same email client on all your Apple devices.