Apple Design Award-winning app manufacturers Airmail are back with Airmail Zero, a brand new take on Gmail for Mac and iPhone.
Speed is important for getting through a mountain of email messages and you don't want the email client to lower you. That's why Bloop designed Airmail Zero, the successor to Airmail, from the ground up with speed and efficiency as top priority.
Airmail Zero is built on a brand new Swift code base for lightning fast app launches and instant messaging. The app has been built to use almost zero storage, memory and CPU to keep everything working smoothly. Synchronization is fast, the app works exceptionally well with virtual private networks, and it also communicates over HTTPS connections.
The speed of speed extends to the Airmail Zero design, which is taken to life with custom animations. E-mail messages are presented in a clean, easy-to-read card interface with simple, intuitive controls for rapid triaging of a crowded inbox. Add it a rich set of keyboard shortcuts to your Mac and you'll find yourself with a blank inbox in no time.
Mac and iPhone versions of Airmail Zero are free to use with a Gmail account. Subscribe for $ 0.99 / month or $ 9.99 / year and add more Gmail accounts organized into a single inbox as well as live help from the Airmail Zero support team.
Spend time answering emails instead of managing your email client by giving Airmail Zero a try today on Mac and iPhone.
Our thanks to Airmail Zero for supporting MacStories this week.