Mailbox received a new update that adds support for users with iCloud and Yahoo email accounts, as well as a new sleek design to go with the look and feel of iOS 7. It also adds background syncing and options to disable the "help me get to zero" banner and the swipe to open drawer ability.
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When Carter Dotson reviewed Mailbox a little while back, he loved it. And rightly so; it's an app that makes email a cinch to deal with.
The new and improved Mailbox 1.6.0 is even better, having been redesigned for iOS 7. It's faster, smoother, and generally a better experience overall. The interface has been redesigned and a lot of the visual clutter has been axed. This resulted in a cleaner-looking UI, but also one that's a bit more functional thanks to the developers taking the time to revamp it a bit more thoroughly.
So now it's easier than ever to get that coveted Inbox Zero!
Mailbox was already pretty great to begin with, but it's about to get even better. The (arguably) be-all and end-all Gmail app for iOS has just hit the ripe age of 1.5, and has received a fair number of improvements.
Chief among them is the ability for you to use Cloud Search to search through all your messages. Account-specific signatures have also been included, as well as the option to open links directly in Chrome. And, of course, the standard bug fixes and such that come with all updates.
If you haven't been using Mailbox, now is certainly not a bad time to start!
Mailbox has been optimized for iPad use in the popular inbox-zero app's latest update.
"Mailbox‘s new way of doing things workflow represents a dramatic improvement in my workflow, and the delusionary satisfaction I get in saying that everything has been dealt with in a concrete way is a welcome feeling," said Carter Dotson, in our review.