What do people think of Twobird?
The community submitted 16 reviews to tell us what they like about Twobird, what Twobird can do better, and more.
Rated highly for:
Love having the unified inbox but there are some features lacking that make Twobird difficult to use/adapt to: - need the same editing features available on native Gmail (something easier than markup formatting) - mobile app extremely buggy/laggy (I mostly use email on the phone so this is a big one for me)
Good visual design
Strong feature set
Hard to use
Missing key features
Just downloaded it on android and windows. Loved it. However just have 2 pet peeves. Could you allow to empty trash. Also could you support outlook accounts too.
@onosmosis Hello Devesh, I am someone who is constantly in search for the best email client for desktop. I chanced upon Twobird recently and here is what I think about it: The interface is clean and minimal with lovely iconography. A huge thumbs up for that. 1. HTML content does not render properly always. This is especially prominent when displaying signatures 2. Markdown support is good but there should be equally good HTML/rich text email composer. 3. Notes is something I did not understand. When you send an email with a note attached, it is received as a link which when clicked, open in a new browser window. This basically deters me from using notes because the receiver has to jump to a browser instead of having the option to look at the note inline. 4. If you can create a table within notes, then why not provide this feature in the email composer as well. I heavily rely on creating tables and by far no email client has been able to match upto the finesse of handling tables as Outlook has. 5. Option to add inline images is not there I am sure you and your team must be working on a few of the features I have listed, and I will be eager to test them out. I wish you all the best with Twobird. I hope to use it dedicatedly in sometime :)
Really like this app and I'm excited for its future. I wish the Low Priority sorting option worked a bit better. Out of the box it actually categorised a lot of emails I consider important as low priority. I'd prefer to choose from the start what to categorise as low priority. For now though, I'll have the feature turned off. Also the note taking feature needs a more onscreen controls. Everything else is pretty darn great.
First things first. Congrats for: - launching on all major platforms (iOS, Android, macOS, Windows) - having a dark mode from the get-go (btw, OLED phone owners would appreciate a black mode) - not requiring the email recipients to sign up for Twobird in order to edit shared notes With that said, the app is very clearly a work in progress. That's fine, since it's not advertised as a finished product. I wish you guys the best and hope to see Twobird evolve into an incredible email app! I emailed you some feedback, since there is not feedback button in the Android app, as the welcome email suggests... Quick question: is it possible to support Gmail's built in "Send Mail as.." feature? That would be amazing.