Dropbox launches Mailbox for Android


Mailbox finally comes to Android after a long one year of its iOS counterpart launch. Dropbox spent $100 million to acquire Mailbox last year. The app works only for Gmail and iCloud accounts and the interface is light, fast and mobile-friendly. You can swipe messages to your archive or trash and scan an entire conversation at once with chat-like organization. It also checks emails from the cloud and delivers it to your phone. With the auto-swipe feature Mailbox learns from your swipes and snoozes to automate common actions. Other features include muting conversation and diverting all of your receipts to a list automatically. However you can not attach anything other than an image to an email. The app is now available for free download on the Google Play Store.

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