Dropbox has finally launched an Android version of the Mailbox app; about a year after acquiring the iOS email client for $100 million. The new Mailbox for Android works much like its iOS sister and it’s available now in Google Play.
Mailbox is a completely redesigned inbox that makes it easy to manage email messages. It lets you put off messages until later and returns them to your inbox automatically, so you can focus on what’s important now. It’s a very slick app that makes it very easy get rid of mails from your inbox and achieve the ‘Inbox Zero’ goal.
Now with Auto-swipe, Mailbox learns from your swipes and snoozes to determine patterns about what you don’t want to see or want hidden for later. You can mute that conversation you don’t care about, snooze messages from your friend to this evening, or route all of your receipts to a list — automatically.
Just like the iOS app, Mailbox on Android supports only Gmail and iCloud accounts and you can’t add any other email service for now.
You can download Mailbox for iOS and Android via www.mailboxapp.com