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Canary Mail 2.0

Easy, elegant email for Mac

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Sohel Sanghani
@sohelsanghani · Co-Founder @CanaryMailApp
Hi PH, we're excited to be here again! Special thanks to Kate & Ben, for being very responsive and helpful! Canary is an exciting new email client for Mac that offers a full set of powerful features with one key difference - your emails are not stored on a 3rd party server. Every facet of Canary has been designed in accordance with our core philosophy … See more

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Sohel Sanghani
@sohelsanghani · Co-Founder @CanaryMailApp
Hi PH, we're excited to be here again! Special thanks to Kate & Ben, for being very responsive and helpful! Canary is an exciting new email client for Mac that offers a full set of powerful features with one key difference - your emails are not stored on a 3rd party server. Every facet of Canary has been designed in accordance with our core philosophy … See more
Ben Belser
@benbelser
Wowowow. Awesome work, you guys. Was just pulling out my hair a few days ago over the sad state of desktop mail clients, and voila, here you are. As for desktop clients, there are barely any contenders, and even among the best there are too many compromises. In my opinion, Canary nails most of what I want, and it does so with with panache. On a related not… See more
Alex Barnes
@alexbarneshere · Strategy & BD, Knotel
Great job! I was using Polymail but the bugs added up and became too much of an issue for me. This mail app has been great for me --- no bugs so far, great interface, super fast and all the features I need. Well done!
Jonas Petermann
@jonas_petermann · communication student and techno nerd
It is really a wonderful email client. Very fast, responsive and with tracking, auto-theme, attachement view etc. it has some great features. Can't wait to beta test the iOS version!
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Ton
@t55 · Mac'aholic
I'm a big, big fan of Canary Mail but I'm a bit confused as to what it is doing on the featured page of PH. I'm happily running the lastest beta-version 0.6 (123). Is that the official release? And what the heck does '2.0' mean? Has there been a version 1.0 that I have missed completely?