We have seen Airmail for OSX and that was the best mail app available for the Mac users, but now the developer has approached the amazing iOS device optimization. And here you go; Airmail for iOS, an elegant look with a different approach, which is optimized for productivity – Snoozes, Filters, third party app integration and many more you haven’t thought of. It can even let you customize your notifications as well as muting the app on Apple Watch.
Most things in Airmail can change to suit your inclinations. You can change what happens when you swipe an email, you can empower and incapacitate the presence of activities such as featuring and sharing, and you can reorder numerous center menus. I didn’t care for the feature that Airmail consequently pulls up inbox separating choices when you begin looking over, so I killed that. I didn’t care for the way it demonstrated record symbols in its brought together inbox either, so I exchanged that and supplanted it with a shading coded view.
To be very precise, this app feels like Airmail’s engineers just couldn’t settle on any one bearing and picked rather to toss in everything, which makes the benchmarked settlement of customization. Be that as it may, Leonardo Chiantini, who co-built the application with accomplice Giovanni Simonicca, says Airmail’s comprehensive choices drop by configuration.
“PEOPLE HAVE DIFFERENT NEEDS. WE THINK THAT WITH EMAIL, [EVERYONE TAKES] A VERY, VERY DIFFERENT APPROACH.”
Though the price tag of Airmail for iOS was settled as $4.99 on App Store, there are only iPhone and Apple Watch versions for this app, whether the iPad version will come out later with rich transactions and better UI like mac remains to be seen.
“WE DON’T WANT [AN IPAD APP] THAT IS JUST A LARGER IPHONE VERSIONS.” He said.