Dropbox Debuts Mailbox for Android, Features Auto Swipe
Dropbox bought the email management iOS app Mailbox last year and now it’s using its potential to come up with Mailbox for Android. The app was launched this week and a beta version of its desktop release was previewed this week as well.
During the demo a new feature called Auto Swipe was shown, letting users archive unwanted email and also archiving similar emails received in the future. The new Mailboxes were unveiled on stage at the Dropbox big press event in San Francisco, where it was announced that the company reached 275 million users and now has a new integration with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint via something called Project Harmony.
On Android Mailbox is pretty much the same thing as its iOS counterpart and it features a minimalistic interface, that would even make Gmail jealous. You can download it here and know that Mailbox is a redesigned inbox that email lighter, faster and mobile friendly. You can swipe messages to the archive or trash, scan entire conversations at once with a chat-like organization and snooze emails until later.