This article was published on October 13, 2014

Mailbox email app for OS X is now in open beta


Mailbox email app for OS X is now in open beta
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We first tried out the OS X version of Mailbox’s popular email app back in August and thought it was a strong showing among the myriad of apps looking to make email more bearable.

Back then, however, it was an invite only-beta. Today, it’s open to everyone.

https://twitter.com/Mailbox/status/521737188154019841

If you’re a Mac user already accustomed o the Android or iOS app, you definitely want to give the desktop app a shot. The app is largely popular for its snooze function that lets you temporarily hide email to have it pop up again at a better time. With the desktop version you can also snooze emails to be read on your mobile device later, or vice versa.

You can check out the Mailbox app here.

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