Dropbox has announced that the Android version of its popular email client Mailbox will arrive today. The company also showed off a Mac version of the app, which is currently accepting beta signups.
Update: The app is now available in the Google Play Store here.
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Also new to Mailbox is an auto-swipe function that can learn from individual archive and snooze actions in order to process similar emails in the future.
Mailbox launched early last year to a lengthy reservation list. Within weeks, Dropbox stepped in to acquire the company in order to help it scale.
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