Mailbox App invites are flying out!
In case you have been under a rock the past few months, there is a new service that is being rolled out today! From their website, Mailbox App is:
Mailbox is the inbox reinvented for a world on the go.
It’s how email on the phone should work: Mailbox checks your email from the cloud and delivers it to your phone with lightning-fast speed. A colorful swipe-based UI makes processing a delight. And unique “snooze buttons” let you put off messages until later.
Mailbox makes getting to zero—and staying there—a breeze. After you experience a clean inbox, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.
Currently the wait is over 300,000 people, but the invites are going out very quick!
Get your hands in the pot of this revolutionary new mail service at http://www.mailboxapp.com
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I couldn't imagine my inbox being at zero! Can you link multiple email addresses from different providers on this app? That would make my life so much easier!
I have never used their mail, what is the real difference between this or anything else out there? My cloud and skydrive both double link me to everything I need and it is always incredibly fast.
I agree with TheOverLord. I find Apple's mail rather clunky to use, and generally use Gmail's interface, but it would really be nice to have something that downloaded things I could read when I'm offline.
I haven't exactly been under a rock, but I hadn't heard of this. I guess I'm one of the 300,00 people waiting. Since Mail as it is leaves plenty to be desired, I hope this one solves the problems.
I am not sure how this works but I hope they have copied Hotmail's 'sweep' function. That's always worked really well for me for my personal account. If I had a reminder that I could use to avoid dealing with messages I'd drown in them.
I'm still waiting on this one. It was smart of them to do it fairly gradually, though, rather than getting bombarded. I just haven't seen the need for a new app just for my email. Then again, I rarely bother to check it from a mobile device.
I deleted mine today so someone else can be annoyed by a second mail app that not only tells them how far behind they are, but keeps sending messages back for a second or 15,000th reminder. My email inbox doesn't have to be empty, I just have to pay attention to important things. Calendar helps as does Reminders.