We fine-tuned the look and feel of Inbox by Gmail, crafting a responsive and customisable UI built to look great on OS X.
Inbox by Gmail is the future of email according to Google. It's essentially a new interface for Gmail, where emails are treated like todos, so you can Snooze them and add Reminders. Bundles will help you keep your inbox organized, and with Highlights everything will be at your fingertips, with content previews right in your inbox.Find out more on Inbox official website
Boxy supports multi-account, and with multi-window it also allows you to keep more than one account open at the same time. To try it, Alt+Click on an account in the Account menu of the app.
We love the simplicity of Inbox by Gmail, but we wanted to build on top of that to make it more powerful. That's why in Boxy you can convert to and from Markdown syntax on the fly.
We love newsletters, and we think most email clients aren't the best place to read them. With Boxy, we want to change that—when you get that lovely long email you want to read comfortably, press Cmd+Shift+R or click the dedicated button to activate the Reader Mode and enjoy an interface-free reading experience.
Choose your style and change your settings to make Boxy your own. A great email client is also personal and customisable.
Boxy will push notifications for your currently used account instantly, and it will simultaneously download new messages in background for you. If you open more accounts in separate windows, you will get notifications for all of them.
To provide the best possible user experience, we implemented familiar shortcuts available in many other Mac apps. These are a few examples:
When you close its window, Boxy keeps running in the background and it's always ready to go, fetching new emails in background. And since the app is based on an Inbox webview, we don't store your logins or access your information.
Fabrizio is a filmmaker who's always been passionate about tech and design
Francesco is a computer scientist and engineer with a passion for product design