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This article was published on February 20, 2014


Hop’s IM-like email app hits the iPad, now with support for multiple accounts in one feed

Hop’s IM-like email app hits the iPad, now with support for multiple accounts in one feed
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HopHop, the iOS app formerly known as Ping that turns your inbox into an IM-like feed with the mission of making email more manageable and fun, is rolling out a notable update today. It ushers in support for the iPad and a unified inbox feed for multiple email accounts.

The unified inbox should be a welcome addition – Hop tells us that it’s been the most commonly requested feature from users. Additionally, you can now send photos and documents directly to Dropbox, Evernote and Twitter; browse all shared images and documents with a thumbnail preview, and swipe-and-hold to archive, trash or mark messages for later. There are also new customization options for the interface. The update should be available right now.

Hop [iOS]