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This article was published on April 9, 2014


Mailbox launches for Android, and you can sign up for the desktop beta for the Mac

Mailbox launches for Android, and you can sign up for the desktop beta for the Mac Image by: Getty Images/Ingram Publishing


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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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