Apple Inc provides a pretty efficient and good mail application for the iOS, but the other third parties are always trying to be better and better and some of the users are always looking for more and better apps.
The on-screendisplay of this app is pretty much attractive, and also, it is very easy to navigate. The user getsnotifications about new email just as fast as the user would with the main Apple mail client. Also, the search for any content in this mail app is very fast. And when talking about the global search, users can also search by any particular subject, and then they can also text in the body of the email or the form/to the fields. When the emails get listed, each of them has a colored icon with the first letter of the mail sender’s name/username, which actually makes for a rather quick visual way to the sort. Each letter is a different color. Users can easily swipe through their mail and the attachments. Users can also assign some favorites for the mail they want to get to easily.
The Inbox Cube app requiresiOSversion 6.1 or later. The app is specially optimized for the iPhone 5device, but if you arelooking for something with some new and fresh ideas, then try it and see what you think. Also, you can check out some videos showing the Inbox Cube app in action at this link.
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