Newton Mail Resurrected In The App Store After Closing Last Summer

Newton Mail Resurrected In The App Store After Closing Last Summer

The email manager of iOS and macOS, Mail, works quite well. It is compatible with the vast majority of services and has a minimalist interface and is easy to navigate through. For most users, it is more than enough, although, for those who need more control, something “basic” may remain.

If we enter the App Store we will see that there are many email managers. In addition, Gmail and Outlook, there are third-party applications such as Spark that offer good results. One of the most popular was Newton Mail, which closed in September 2018 and was characterized as a paid service.

The news has been known through 9to5Mac. By surprise, the application has risen and is again in the App Store with a much cheaper subscription ( from $ 99 to $ 49 per year ).

Newton Mail, the king of email managers, returns to the App Store

That Newton Mail works through a paid subscription is an inconvenience for some users who do not see the need to invest in an email manager, but the truth is that it has many functions that are worth it.

For example, you can schedule emails, read notifications, ask to remind you messages later in the day, return to emails that need a response, immediate notifications in any service, connected applications and double authentication.

It is compatible with Gmail, Exchange, Yahoo! Mail, Hotmail / Outlook, iCloud, Google Apps, Office 365 and all IMAP accounts, so no service is left in the Inkwell.

If you think that Newton Mail is for you but you do not know if it is worth the investment of 49 dollars (just over 4 dollars a month), it offers a trial period of 14 days. The developers claim that the application has more than 40,000 subscribers all over the world, so it can not be bad.

Posted by Cynthia Davis

Games and applications analyst for more than three years. Lover of technology. Amateur of photography, cinema and languages. In love with tablets and Apple products.

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