Today we’re excited to celebrate Mailbox’s second birthday!
Looking back, year two was highlighted by launching our Android app, desktop beta, and the all-new Auto-swipe. Additionally, we made significant strides in improving Mailbox’s foundation for better performance and reliability.
Looking ahead, we plan to build on that foundation with new features, expanded support, and quality improvements across all of our apps.
For now, we’re celebrating with an updated 365 Days of Inbox Zero photos. Enjoy it here: mailboxapp.com/365
As always, thanks so much for being a part of our journey to build the very best email experience!
Mailbox for Android is available on the Amazon App Store! Now you can download Mailbox on most Android devices, including Fire HD 7 Tablets and Fire Phones. Download it here. Happy Mailboxing!
Happy 2015, Mailboxers!
Still looking for inspiration for your New Year’s Resolutions? Look no further than your inbox. A few suggestions…
Resolution #1: Declutter your inbox.
Inundated by newsletters? Auto-swipe them to a List. Distracted by a hyperactive email thread? Auto-swipe it to Archive.
Resolution #2: Be more focused.
Receiving emails that don’t need your attention right now? Snooze ’em to later.
Resolution #3: Embrace Inbox Zero.
Have over 100 emails in your inbox?
As 2014 comes to a close, we’d like to give a shout out to everyone who supported our growing product. Whether you emailed helpful feedback, recommended Mailbox to a friend, or gave one of our team members a hug, we thank you!
This was an exciting year for us. We brought Mailbox to Android and Mac, and we added more features to help you tame your inbox and get on with life.
In the spirit of getting on with it, here’s a tip from us to you. Swipe left! Snooze those emails to later, and spend some quality time with family and friends.
This week Apple made changes that may affect iCloud users on Mailbox.
Users who have two-step verification (also called two factor authentication or 2fa) enabled on their iCloud account are now required to use an app-specific password for third party apps, including Mailbox. If this is you, Mailbox will ask to re-authorize your iCloud account. Until you do, Mailbox cannot sync or send messages.
Click here for instructions to create an app-specific password for iCloud.
Once you do this, you will need to update your iCloud account on Mailbox by doing the following:
- remove your iCloud account from Mailbox,
Wondering how we designed the betacoin? We prototyped, of course ;)