Scrambling I like the idea, like the different degrees of horizontal swipes doing different thongs. But Japanese letters scramble when I send to Japanese cell phone email addresses, and they can't manually try a different encoding on the dumbphones, so I can't use this app as my main or only one.
Great app, but still a bit buggy Snoozing is an absolutely great feature. The app still crashes occasionally, and some of the more "power user" functionality from other email apps hasn't been worked in yet, but this has become my primary personal email app, since I can use email to remind myself of things but can still get my inbox to zero.
Wow... and then disappointed... I like the snoozing, the speed, the lists are great, it works better than Google Inbox... but, well, I couldn't type anything into the body of the e-mail. Filed the bug report, waiting :-) Really looking forward to using it in the future...
Good app, but not user friendly Everything is good, i get notifications properly. But hard to find action buttons like delete, move to spam. But i like the sweep
I like it, but miss a feature Swiping options are very good, I love the idea of lists. I never just archive a msg without somehow labeling it - if it doesn't deserve a label, then I trash it. What I miss is a way to mark several messages in the inbox and act on all of them. The app is very efficient in dealing on a message by message basis, but the only bulk action available is to dump everything in the archive. I don't like this.
I love Mailbox and I don't think anything could switch me to a different email client, it's perfect for me. The ONE THING I wish I could have added to it is the ability to delete emails right from the notification tray so I can keep on top of things I don't need to read as they come in, as opposed to going in to the app and deleting them later. Fingers crossed my plea will be heard.
- We've redesigned the app to Material design specifications
- Signatures can now be displayed while you compose your email
- You can edit HTML emails before replying or forwarding to someone
- Google Calendar invite emails are rendered in mobile-friendly format