Mailbird

Robert Neagoe By: Robert Neagoe
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Mailbird is a desktop email client for Windows 7, 8 and 10, inspired by the Sparrow email client for OS X. It was awarded Best Windows Email Software Program in 2015, and 2014 by IT World and in 2013 by PC World.

This email software program differentiates itself from other email clients like Thunderbird, Outlook and Windows Live Mail especially by having a simple design, focusing on speed and offering a platform for email productivity, by allowing other developers to develop applications for the Mailbird open-source app community and platform.

The company headquarters is in the Livit Tech Startup Ecosystem in Bali, Indonesia.

In March 2015, Mailbird launched version 2.0, with new features such as Email Snooze, Video Meetings and Speed Reader, and also added integrations for Facebook, WhatsApp, Veeting Rooms and more.

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