Newton Mail comes back with a 6-step survival plan

Vlad Turiceanu
by Vlad Turiceanu
Editor-in-Chief
0 Comments
Download PDF

  • The owner of Newton Mail announced that the popular email client will stay on the market.
  • Users can continue using the product with the same features, at the same price.
  • You can find some interesting articles on our website in the dedicated Newton Mail section.
  • Also, in our Productivity page you will find even more helpful content.
newton mail announcement

Newton Mail was launched in 2013 as CloudMagic and later rebranded. The app is considered among the best email clients to enhance productivity, highly praised for the light interface, and distraction-free design. 

After earning several awards and apparently doing great, the owners announced shutting down in August 2018. A few months later they were acquired by Essential Products, and appeared to stay on the market.

Then, at the beginning of 2020, it was confirmed that the company will shut down for good.

And now again, Maitrik Kataria, one of the founders, announced in a post on Medium that buyout plans are nearly sealed for Newton Mail once more to ensure its survival.

The teams’ plan to make Newton Mail successfulnewton Mail revival

Firstly, the owners plan on making Newton Mail open-sourced so as to allow fans to keep using the service.

Secondly, they promise a more reliable customer service – personally attended to by the owners, and also encourage feedback in order to build a better community.

While asking their subscribers to keep the product or to resume their paid plan at the same price as before ($49.99), the owners say that they will get their hands at revising the code behind the service in order to simplify it and resolve any bugs or damaged lines that gave their users a hard time.

So, if you are a client of Newton Mail you are encouraged to stay in exchange for a more reliable service. And if you’re curious to try it out, you can start with a two-week trial here.

Do you think this is one good news for today? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section below.