Mailbox, one of the best email apps on iOS, has finally arrived on Android. Mailbox says they’ve been receiving thousands of requests and have been working on the Android version for nearly a year. The result appears to be not only the same great-looking interface found on iOS, but an app with new features as well.
Along with the Android version, Mailbox is adding a new service built directly into the app called Auto-Swipe. What it does is learns which messages and which type of messages you often delete or snooze for a later time, so it can begin automating that process for you. You can also control which messages get Auto-Swiped, and a preference area will allow you to fine-tune these rules.
Mailbox for Android is available to download from Google Play now, but the company is also bringing it to the desktop. Mailbox is coming to the Mac and sign ups for the beta are now live on the website.