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Popular email client Mailbox introduced an “auto-swipe” feature with its arrival on Android two weeks ago, and now it has brought this function to its iOS app, which is touted to recognize your archiving and snoozing patterns over time so it learns how to process future email.
Version 2.0 of Mailbox’s iOS app also introduces syncing with Dropbox, which means it can now store and align your email preferences across multiple devices. This comes after Dropbox stepped in to acquire the startup more than a year ago, seeking to help it scale.
Other than the iOS and Android versions, Mailbox also recently showed off a beta version of its Mac app.
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