Back in December 2016, I reviewed a unified e-mail solution called Newton Mail, and for me Newton Mail was just perfect. You see, my current email solution is in a right mess. I’ve got three email accounts all syncing to my devices. Two are Gmail based, and one is Yahoo based. I’ve got emails from years ago all over the place.
Newton Mail finally sorted out my mess of emails, and I really enjoy using it, I did e-mail the developer to request some app features i.e fingerprint locking on Android and Google Drive/Keep integration, and I got very quick and positive responses, which is always reassuring.
Newton Mail was a subscription-based product but for less than £1 a week I thought that it was well worth it, especially if you’re juggling multiple e-mail accounts or you receive numerous e-mails throughout the day. But then 2 years later, despite winning several design awards and declared by respected publications as being “the best e-mail” app, Newton closed down.
Now I have been contacted by the founders of Newton Mail to say that the email solution is about to return, following them acquiring Newton assets from Andy Rubin’s Essentials Inc. Part of the re-launch includes..