There are very few things I enjoy less than the sight of my email inbox, but ever since the release of Mailbox on mobile devices several months ago, that feeling has been pretty much restricted to when I’m using my computer. Mailbox has, for me and millions of other iOS and Android users, provided a significantly better email management experience than any other free product on the market (and certainly the standard options), but the lack of a desktop client has always been the missing link for the Dropbox-acquired mailbox app. Until now.
Mailbox is now entering public beta and has begun distributing “betakeys” to those who signed up for the beta since the Mac desktop version was announced back in April. Distribution will continue over the next several weeks, and even users who sign up for the beta now can get in on the action during the beta (note: you do not need a betakey to download the software…just to activate it once downloaded).
If you’re currently overwhelmed by email or dissatisfied with your current email client, look no further than Mailbox. Its beautiful interface, extensive organizing and archiving controls and snooze setting options (for when you need to free yourself from the constant flow of email to your devices) will make you more efficient and less stressed out in minutes.
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