Mail pilot available for iPhone and iPad

Apr

13

2013

Mail pilot available for iPhone and iPad

To see the inbox as a to-do list and individual messages as tasks apparently considered to be the next big thing in e-mail clients. During the service mailbox already bought from Dropbox was the team of Mail Pilot is right in the short term plans all knocked over, goodbye to Web apps and an online service and now published the first app for iPhone and iPad.
Mail pilot available for iPhone and iPad

Mail pilot pursuing now a completely different business model than mailbox : Instead of a service, which you have to grant access to their mailbox and is regularly paid for, mail pilot is an app that will be available natively on different platforms, the data between these sync apps, but you do not need the online service provider to use, so this must not give access to the mailbox. Also a difference mailbox: mail pilot works directly with each IMAP account, and is not limited to Gmail.

For Kickstarter Backers and preordered this change means that now they can not use the service as originally promised for a year, but they get the free app for all platforms. These are in addition to the iOS version now also released versions for Mac OS X, Windows and Android .

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Priced to move mail pilot to 13.99 euros for the iOS version on a level where you only thought about whether you are really willing to spend so much money on a mail client for most once a completely new work with the mail brings with it and currently only on iPhone and iPad. On the other hand, should the threshold will also not be much higher than with the question of whether another service – would like to give complete access to their emails and want to get used a new workflow that you just – in addition to the provider, who runs the mail server can use as long as you pay for it.

A real insight into the way provides the following video:

The task-based approach to email management seems at first glance, of course, to make sense, but whether it does so for each is a different question – who has an iPad or an iPhone with iOS 6.1 +, which can now available for 13, try 99 euros individually for yourself 😉

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