Evomail is a New Mail App for the iPad

Posted May 2, 2013 at 3:50pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 5855 views

Evomail is a new mail app for the iPad that aims to be beautiful, frictionless and simple.

Evomail is modern mobile email for your iPad. Designed with three guiding philosophies of being beautiful, frictionless and simple, we're bringing a refreshed mail experience to your iPad and evolving the way you use email on the go!

Features:
● Quick access to archive, trash, and labels gives you the ability to quickly triage your email throughout the day as it comes in, instead of having to wait until you're back at your desktop.

● In the car and forgot to write down an address? Use Evomail's built-in "full" Gmail search to quickly search all of your email in Gmail.

● Get an email that you just can't stop laughing about? Publicly share it on Twitter, Facebook or anywhere on the web!

● Are you one of those people that has to know when a new message comes in? Never miss a message with built-in push notifications.

● Someone replied to an email from awhile back? View the entire history of your conversation, not just the most recent message or two.

Note*:
Currently Evomail only supports Gmail accounts with additional support coming later.

You can purchase Evomail from the App Store for $2.99.

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Sam - May 2, 2013 at 4:07pm
Oh no not one more !! Apps for gmail dropping in from all around but not one supporting pop mail.
Tim Tsang - May 2, 2013 at 3:53pm
Max of 5 account can be set and is it another Mail App clone?
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