Dropbox announces Mailbox for Android

Dropbox announces Mailbox for Android

For quite awhile now, Mailbox has been an iOS exclusive. If you aren’t familiar with the app, it’s a very nice email client that was acquired by Dropbox about a year ago. Android users, it’s finally your day! Mailbox is officially in the Google Play Store!

The reason why it is so popular is a mixture of great design and functionality. The design is mostly white with subtle light blue accents that offers a simple interface to its users. There are a host of different gesture shortcuts available, as well. It includes the popular “auto-swipe” feature, which allows the user to archive an email with a simple swipe, while automatically archiving like emails in the future.

Stay tuned for our walkthrough of Mailbox for Android!

Source: TechCrunch

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