Download Newton Mail on Windows 10 to enhance productivity
Newton Mail is a great email app that’s now available for Windows 10. The beta version of the app made its debut in the Windows Store back in May. If you tried out the beta and you really liked it, you can now download the fully-fledged Newton Mail Windows 10 app.
This email client brings many nice features and, what’s most important, it’s available on Android, iOS, and macOS. So, if you’re looking for a cross-platform email client, you should add Newton Mail on your list and give it a try.
Newton Mail — a minimalistic email client
The app features a clean inbox with a design similar to the macOS client. It also supports a distraction-free conversation view and a smooth writing mode. As you can see, Newton Mail focuses on productivity, removing any clutter that might distract you while sending emails.
In other words, the app it’s designed to allows you to focus, understand and communicate better, take better actions, and be as efficient as possible. This minimalistic approach comes in very handy. People spend a lot of time emailing and this task consumes a significant amount of time in our lives. Using a simple, straightforward and clutter free email client, you’ll get the job done in no time.
Newton supercharges all your email accounts with instant push notifications. Once an email has landed in your inbox, you can use a series of options, such as Read Receipts, Send Later, Tidy Inbox, Snooze, and more.
Newton also offers a very useful “Undo Send” feature. If you sent an email by mistake, you can quickly pull it back.
For more information, check out the video below:
The Newton app is compatible only with Windows 10 Anniversary Update or later. You can download Newton Mail for free from the Windows Store. After the trial period ends, you can continue to use the app for $49.99/year.
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