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    Published: 2014-06-19, by .

    Upgraded interface with all your email accounts

    9.2
    • Sync up to 5 email accounts
    • Attractive organization tools
    • Auto-generated cards show data based on content of message
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    "Does anyone hyphenate e-mail anymore?"

    Ready to upgrade the way you deal with email? Connect up to 5 email accounts through the CloudMagic app (works with Gmail, Exchange, Yahoo, Outlook, iCloud, Google Apps, Office 365 and any IMAP account) and get to work. Small details make all the difference between this and your standard email clients, like the use of cards that automatically gather extra info based on the content of the message. Quickly get a glimpse of senders' profiles, or send the email to Evernote, Zendesk, or OneNote. All the features you'd expect in an email client are here too - set up reminders, a passcode, etc etc.

    Design is absolutely top-notch, slick as can be. There's a reason the app gets constant accolades from productivity hounds everywhere.

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    Saravanan Ramakrishnan

    by Saravanan Ramakrishnan

    Jul 20, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Clean and easy to be used interface. Love this.

    Bryce Barrows

    by Bryce Barrows

    Jul 18, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    I have used a number of mail services from Gmail's own app to Inbox to Outlook to Bluemail to a whole bunch of other services whose names I cannot remember. But I have to say Newton is a service worth using. I know to some the cost may seem high, I felt the same way initially, but after using Newton for a couple of months now and I must say it has improved my productivity by leaps and bounds. I love it's integration with other tools like Todoist, Evernote and much more. Plus the other features like send later and others just help in so many ways. Best of all I am at inbox zero every night before I go to bed. That's an amazing feeling!

    Matt Edwards

    by Matt Edwards

    Jul 17, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    I'm using this Android app (and the Windows 10 beta), in conjunction with Todoist, as my productivity system. Newton is amazing. Very clean interface but incredibly powerful under the hood. The integrations it offers with other services, and the fact that I can use it both on my Android phone and my Windows laptop are what sold it for me. Thanks guys. Great product.

    Jorge Andrés Solís

    by Jorge Andrés Solís

    Jul 17, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Great user interface, clean, easy to use, there's even a little humor to it. The free version is good, the premium features are excellent and once you get them you can't go back to basic apps.

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Jul 17, 2017  |  "Poor"

    $49.99 is wasted. It does Not inform me about the arrival of Email. If it does Not inform me E-mail arrival instantly, where is the difference between this and other App ??? Why should we purchase this App for $50 ??? I have been deprived by purchasing with money.

    Jan W

    by Jan W

    Jul 16, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    This is by far the simplest and most efficient way of combining all your email accounts for push notifications, with all the features you would otherwise pay for elsewhere i.e. read receipt / tracking, profile lookup. Inky is / was more expensive, Boomerang is still more expensive than this, and now they have a windows application. Seriously, quit the beef over the cost, if you want a simple ubiquitous experience pay the cash. If not, move along. Some things I would ask for are 1) being able customise and set default font and size etc... 2) more integrations such as Dropbox. 3) the ability to insert the signature (or remove it) from within the compose window. 4) A cloud web app would also be great.