Newton email app comes to Windows users, download now

By: Carmen Stan
2 minute read

The Newton email app is now available for the Windows 10 and along with it, Alexa support.

Newton email app

Formerly known as CloudMagic, Newton iss one of the many email apps out there. It is very easy to use and compatible with all major email providers.

The Newton app has some nice features and, what’s most important, it’s available on Android, iOS, and macOS. As you can see, it covered all major platforms except Windows — until now.

Newton app beta for Windows

CloudMagic is the company which produced the app and it has been working to improve it since last December. As a result, now we are getting the first beta version of Newton app for Windows. The application is a little rough around the edges but this does not come as a surprise as it’s only in the first stages. Still, it gets the emailing job done perfectly.

Newton app features

The first version of the Newton app for Windows comes with a simpler feature set than the Newton experience you might have gotten on other platforms due to the fact that CloudMagic wanted to release a working build as soon as possible.

The app lacks “Superchargers”, power features such as read receipts, snooze, send later and more. The developing company said that these features will be added later on but for now the Newton app offers the following:

  • A clean inbox with a design similar to the macOS client
  • A distraction-free conversation view
  • A smooth writing mode

For now, the Newton app is only available to subscribers running Windows 10 Anniversary Update or later. CloudMagic is distributing the app through the Windows Store and if you’re interested in getting it, just search for “Newton Mail” in the official app store.

The new Alexa Skill

Another novelty is an Alexa skill that allows you to check if you have new email, to find out who is it from, to have read aloud and to mark it as read, archive it, snooze it and more.

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