If you’re an iOS user converting to Android, there are probably some iOS-exclusive apps that you might miss, one of them being Mailbox. Well the good news is that if you were wondering when the app would arrive for Android, wonder no more because Mailbox has since launched for Android is available for download for free via Google Play.
The app will function just like its iOS counterpart and for those unfamiliar with the app, Mailbox is essentially another email client that sports a very clean and simple interface. It makes use of gestures, like swiping, to either delete a message, archive it, or set it to snooze to remind you to check up on it later.
The app has also received a new feature called auto-swipe which is basically where the app will learn your preferences and actions and will be able to snooze or archive messages automatically to help you become more efficient at managing your email. Personally I’d rather manage my emails myself but for those who love automation, perhaps this is a feature that might be of interest to you.
This feature will take advantage of Dropbox’s cloud services to help sync your preferences across devices, so if you use Mailbox on other devices like tablets or a second smartphone, you won’t have to teach it all over again.
The developers have also announced that Mailbox will finally be arriving for the Mac albeit in beta form and if you’re interested in participating in the beta, hit up Mailbox’s website for the details.