Upcoming Mailbox App Inspired By Sparrow and Clear [Video]

Posted December 13, 2012 at 6:22pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 9035 views

Orchestra today announced Mailbox, an upcoming email client for the iPhone that's inspired by Sparrow and Clear and is described as 'spectacular'.

The Verge has been testing the new app for a few weeks and is impressed.

Whereas most Mail apps rely on buttons to archive, delete, and file emails for later, Mailbox relies on a simple and colorful set of swipes. "Email was designed 30 years ago for computers chained to desks," [Orchestra CEO Gentry] Underwood says. "Everything about it is slow and clunky. If you want to make it fast and mobile-friendly, the entire experience needs to be modernized." Swiping a message to the right archives it (symbolized by a checkmark), while swiping a message to the left saves it for later (a yellow clock symbol). Swiping a message to the right and holding deletes it (symbolized by a red x), and swiping a message to the left and holding opens a List screen where you can move / label messages. In grand total, there are four ways to act on a message in your inbox, which means there’s a bit of a learning curve, but it’s worth it.

The app is coming out in the New Year. More details can be found in their review or check out the video below...

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Sam Patel - December 16, 2012 at 2:09pm
This looks pretty awesome, but it looks like learning something all over again! I'll still give it a try.
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