With Airmail, Blob focused only on Apple computers. But this mail manager will at least get it right, because it is available on Macos, iOS, iPados and WatchOS simultaneously. By setting aside other operating systems, the company was able to focus on Apple, thus enabling most of the available functions using all the programming interfaces available by the California company.
We will first discuss pricing. Most of Airmail’s functions are available for free, but in a limited way (an account, in particular). To have all its features, you have to pay a subscription of 99 2.99 per month or 99 9.99 per year. Airmail for Business is available for $ 49.99 and a lifetime license.
This alternative to Apple’s Mail Client (Airmail was one of the first email applications to be configured by default in iOS 14) provides the classic settings for Gmail, Yahoo !, iCloud or Outlook.com, and supports Microsoft Exchange and Office 365. Neither IMAP nor POP3 protocols are forgotten.
When multiple accounts are configured, the application allows you to neatly manage the accounts that need to be merged or separated. Notice the presence of sleep features, which then reminds us to manage an email or have the option of postponing sending a message.
Airmail was one of the first applications to have one of the next generation widgets introduced in the latest version of iOS. There is also talk of using rich notifications to perform an action on a message without opening the app. Additionally, message filtering rules can be synced with iCloud on different computers.
However, Airmail has not forgotten developers other than Apple, so it works with many third-party applications such as Dropbox, Evernote, OnDrive or Fantastic, Omnifocus and Todoist.
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