The release of the email client Airmail 3.0: “smart” folders, delayed sending, calendar integration

Airmail, a popular email client for Mac from the company Bloop S. R. L., updated to version 3.0. The update brought many new features, including improved user interface, support for smart folders, notification, delayed email, custom menus, gestures and shortcuts, online-search, synchronization, and other functions.

Mail client for a long time was on beta stage and became available to users on Monday, may 23. Airmail 3.0 supports most email services, including iCloud, MS Exchange, Gmail, Google Apps, IMAP, POP3, Yahoo!, AOL,

Updated interface 3.0 Airmail very lightweight and minimalistic design fully matches the style of OS X Yosemite. The developers do not hide that at creation of the Airmail interface was inspired by the official Twitter client for Mac. Programmers don’t go on about the stereotypes and put at the forefront of simplicity and convenience.

Airmail 3.0 integrated with the native calendar and boasts broad functionality for working with e-mail. Client users will appreciate the so-called actions to automate actions and convenient sorting messages. Those who use services like Gmail and Exchange, will be able to customize the function of the delayed mailings.

Widget for notification Center provides quick access to a list of e-mail messages. In addition, the latest revisions of the OS work the extension can synchronize users and VIP notifications, iCloud, and use a cloud service Apple for sending large attachments.

Among the key features Airmail the creators of the program allocate a unified Inbox, folders, support for signatures, the quick response, the operation “Cancel” shortcuts Gmail, convenient work with the email attachments, grouping messages by themes and dialogue, support for themes, import contacts, avatars and more.

Airmail 3.0 can be downloaded at a price of 749 rubles. The client is compatible with OS X 10.8 and above.

Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! I’m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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