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Unibox for iOS

Your emails organized by person

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Lasse Jansen
@lassejansen · Co-founder @uniboxapp
Hello Product Hunt, and thanks to @orteipps for hunting us! Recently there have been many attempts to get ever growing inboxes under control. With Unibox we introduce a very unique, yet very simple solution to this problem by grouping emails by sender, meaning that every sender appears only once in the inbox overview. Essentially all other email apps, incl… See more
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Lasse Jansen
@lassejansen · Co-founder @uniboxapp
Hello Product Hunt, and thanks to @orteipps for hunting us! Recently there have been many attempts to get ever growing inboxes under control. With Unibox we introduce a very unique, yet very simple solution to this problem by grouping emails by sender, meaning that every sender appears only once in the inbox overview. Essentially all other email apps, incl… See more
Jack Smith
@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
Oh, I completely misunderstood this from the title. I thought that people were going to go through my emails and organize them for me. THAT would have been controversial (and kind of cool for me at least!).
Daniel Nisttahuz 
@dnisttahuz · UX/UI Designer
Unibox is the perfect email client. To me is a game changer, what I love the most of it is that the App organize my emails based in a PEOPLE CENTRIC concept,so when the user receives an email and clicks on it, he can see the email thread that he was exchanging with that specific person over the years, which is very helpful to keep everything organized. You c… See more
Andrea Hill
@afhill · Founder, Frameplay Consulting LLC
Interesting idea- will have to play with it some, but would it support multiple inboxes/ email addresses from the same person? Who hasn't accidentally sent a work email from a personal account and then lost that thread of the conversation?
Kelly Kuhn-Wallace
@kkdub · 🎯Strategist for Hire
I'm trying this out. Having emails arranged by person will be a good reminder that they are parts of a conversation.