Newton Mail to be available for Windows 10
If you haven’t heard about it until now, Newton Mail is a great email app for macOS, iOS and Android. Previously named CloudMagic and with fans all over the world, the company behind the app decided to rebrand the app “Newton”, a decision that made lots of users unhappy since it came with the addition of a price tag. Now, you can try it out for two weeks for free but once the two weeks are over, you have to pay $49.99 a year.
This amount is kind of big for just an email app. Even so, if you are already using the app on Android or iOS, it’s going to arrive soon on Windows too. In fact, this is a pretty good alternative for the basic Windows 10 Mail app and even for Outlook 2016.
However, all hints point to the Newton app not relying on the Universal Windows Platform. Still, even though it’s a Win32 app, Newton can still be published in the Windows Store through the Desktop App Converter feature which is available on Windows 10. Sadly, this alternative will not let it run on Windows 10 Mobile devices nor other devices such as the HoloLens and the Surface Hub.
Moreover, we don’t know for sure when the app will be made available for Windows PCs, but we should find out soon. We’re curious to see how will this app evolve and whether it will surpass the already existing competitors on the Web, namely Gmail, Yahoo! and other apps from services dedicated both to mobile and desktops. Interestingly enough, there is a certain level of expectation among users for the new and rebranded app.
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