Spark by Readle: when the built-in mail in iPhone is not enough
Talk about the mail app from Spark Readle: despite the apparent boredom, this program is perfect for those who are a little built-in iOS mail program.
The first thing that catches the eye when using Spark, is a sophisticated level of personalization of the application. In your email client, you can customize almost everything from the Inbox and ending with ways to respond to notifications that come from the program. Laid out and the entrance to the actual email: to protect user data, used for verification of his thumbprint.
All available in a choice of three design options: Smart Inbox, Inbox and Attachments. Smart Inbox is the most traditional: it simply sorts all the incoming emails by type: new letters, mailing, spam, pinned posts, etc. Inbox’re a little more chaotic: all messages are recorded together, they are sorted only by time of receipt. The most convenient and useful mode may be the Attachments that displays the list of mails with attachments and enables them to instantly view, save and send to other users.
Spark supports and third-party services, like Dropbox and Evernote that allows you to transfer different files and documents from one service to another in just a few seconds.
Design Spark seems to be not only thoughtful, but also informative: the application easy. It allows you to choose unique gestures, which the program will read and execute prescribed under actions. You can change the button that is responsible for the creation of new letters: for example, it can be moved from the bottom edge of the display up or slightly to the left.
Speed, sync with third-party services — here everything works as it should. It is also worth noting that the letters on a locked iPhone come faster than Mac enabled, but the notifications disappear immediately after reading them on one of the devices. In those situations, when the letter to answer it, and there is almost no time, the Spark provides the ability to quickly answer that you can pre-create your own in settings.
The app can be downloaded for free at this link.