(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Inboxcube, 2014 Appy Award winning mail app for iPhone, today announced the release of its redesigned email client on the Apple App Store. The app is the first to decouple emails from their content allowing users to directly access attachments without having to go through the painful experience of finding the original email. Now users can customize their inbox by ‘Cube-ing’ Contacts, Folders, Attachments, and Links for one-touch access to their most important conversations and content. With the latest version, users can further personalize their inbox experience using custom background themes from their photo gallery.
“Inboxcube users value the simplicity of our design and the ability to quickly find what they need, when they need it,” says Kalpesh Rathod, CEO of Inboxcube. “Everybody uses email differently, which is both a design challenge and an opportunity for a startup like us.”
There are over 30 email apps on the App Store, yet most of them are still just a list of emails. This is suitable for those who view their emails as a task list. However, for everyone else it’s too difficult to discover, find and share important content once the email gets buried far from the top of the list. Inboxcube is the first email app that takes a visual, content-first approach to your inbox.
Key features to simplify your email life:
- One-Touch Access: Inboxcube offers the ability to personalize your Inbox with one-touch access to what matters most: Photos, Videos, PDF’s, Documents, Spreadsheets, Articles, and more.
- Dock Contacts and Folders: Stay on top of the content and conversations that matter most to you by docking contacts and folders to your homepage.
- Personalize with Custom Themes: The first mail app that will let you set a selfie as your background, or a picture of your dog.
- Social Sharing: Get those documents, photos, and articles out of your Inbox and onto Dropbox, Facebook, or Twitter.
Award-winning Inboxcube is the first mail app that takes a visual, content-first approach to email. Your inbox, attachments, contacts, folders and links are elegantly organized into Cubes. With cubes your content is visualized, so you don’t have to waste time scrolling through lists of emails. You can add or remove cubes that matter to you and customize themes to personalize your experience.
Established in 2013, Inbox Cube Inc. is based in Toronto, Canada.
For more information, please visit http://www.inboxcube.com.
To download Inboxcube, please visit http://www.inboxcube.com/download.