Airmail, the powerful desktop email client for Mac, has finally come to iPhone.
After a long beta period, Airmail for iPhone brings much of what you may like about the desktop client, but adds a few clever tricks for mobile.
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In addition to the normal email app things you might expect (aggregated inbox, bulk delete, etc.) Airmail also makes good use of some newer iOS-y things like 3D Touch — both on the icon and in-app.
Airmail also lets you integrate third-party services like Google Drive, Trello, Fantastical and Wunderlist.
Holdouts from Mailbox will like the ability to snooze emails, and the settings menu has a ton of tweaks to let you massage Airmail into the perfect mobile email client for you.
For those (like me) who dislike the stock Mail client Apple ships with the iPhone, Airmail may be the perfect email app. There are others to consider — CloudMagic, for one — but Airmail’s reputation as a desktop client will likely have a lot of users interested.
Airmail for iPhone is $4.99 in the App Store, and an iPad version is still in beta, but hopefully coming soon.
➤ Airmail [App Store]