What is the best app for reading and organizing all of your newsletter subscriptions?

My inbox is starting to become pretty cluttered with all of my newsletter subscriptions. Is there an app out there that handles newsletter subscriptions?
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    Unroll.Me for iOS

    Unsubscribe from emails with a single swipe

    Definitely take a look at unroll.me. You can add all of your newsletter subscriptions to your "roll up" and then get them all in a single email at a certain time of the day.
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    • 👓 DearMishu ❤️
      👓 DearMishu ❤️Authentic Influencer

      Unroll is awesome - I’m getting so many subscribed emails and don’t have the time to say NO to those mailing lists. Unroll.Me iOS was installed and does it automatically for me, so healthy and efficient!

    • Been using Unroll.me since it first came out, but their data sharing practices are straight dystopian. Avoid at all costs

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    Inbox by Google

    Next generation inbox

    Colby Fayock
    Colby FayockFront End & UX at Element 84 · Written
    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 features from Inbox.
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    Kate
    Kate53Head of Social @ GitHub · Written
    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 effective and allows you to reach the coveted #InboxZero so easily, and rewards you with a little sun animation when you do so!
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    Abhilash Jain
    Abhilash Jain5Customer Success / Growth · Written
    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 :)
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    • Martijn Wismeijer
      Martijn WismeijerThey promised us free Bitcoin!

      I was one of the first users of inbox and use it every single day. It helps organize my mail in such a way that improves my productivity. The ability to add reminders is a real plus.

    • Agustin Esperon
      Agustin EsperonCo-Founder & Head of UX/Design at Wideo

      It took me just 4 days to get used to it coming from traditional gmail desktop tool.

      But once I could manage the initial learn curve, it really improved my productivity specially with reminders, smart suggested answers and how it groups different kinds of emails automatically.

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    Inspiratio

    A simple, focused reading app for your newsletters.

    Jakob Fricke
    Jakob Fricke❤ side projects, works at @samsungnext · Written
    Inspiratio comes with your private email (or you can set up auto-forwarding from Gmail) and all your newsletter subscriptions end up in a dedicated clutter free app. Think of an podcast experience but just for newsletters.
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