Mail Pilot simplifies email with a task-oriented approach. From deleting an advertisement to remembering to pay your cell phone bill, all messages are action-based. You can already get the iOS app from the App Store.
When we officially announced Mail Pilot for Mac in June, we opened beta sign-ups to the public. We were incredible excited by the response to this—receiving more than 10x the sign-ups we initially anticipated. This wasn’t a marketing gimmick; our goal was to devote significant time to wide, public testing to ensure quality and enable us to build an application that our users loved.
In October, we began our beta testing. To streamline the process and allow plenty of time to interact with our beta users, we issued invitations in batches of increasing size. Our initial focus was on stability, efficiency, and performance. Once we had a solid, tested foundation, we turned to adding features and improvements.
Today, we’re ecstatic to announce a free Public Preview of Mail Pilot for Mac. The application is still under very active development, and there are still a few loose ends hanging around, but our beta testers agree that Mail Pilot for Mac is ready for public, everyday use.
Access to the Public Preview will be batched in groups based on sign-up time. You can sign up at the link below.