Inky for Mac2.2
Inky is a user-friendly and stylish e-mail client that makes it as easy as possible for you to add multiple mail accounts, perform basic tasks such as organizing, composing, and sending e-mails from within one user-friendly interface.
Adding and managing accounts is as easy as saying “Inky”
In order to perform day-to-day e-mail related tasks with Inky, you must first provide the app with an Inky account credentials such as a username and a password. Once this is done, you can effortlessly add to Inky’s list as many e-mail accounts as you like in no time.
User-friendliness is the expression that best describes both the application itself, as well as the interface that features an intuitive layout and quick access to all of Inky’s main features.
Within Inky’s main window, you can also view your newsletter subscriptions, easily keep track of contacts, merge messages with addresses into one, create notes, and keep all your e-mail sent from yourself in one organized place.
Check mails from multiple accounts, read subscriptions, and filter your messages by relevance
Besides the most obvious e-mail related tasks, Inky has another useful feature that enables you to better organize your e-mails and messages with the help of filters such as time, subject, sender, size, and the most interesting one, by relevance.
To continue, Inky helps you sort the important messages from the other non-important ones with the help of a capability that adds a blue drop to each important e-mail, as well as it moves fades the color of unimportant ones after lowering them at the bottom of the e-mail list
Helps you keep all your e-mail accounts under one roof
Because the application has a cloud-based approach on managing your e-mail accounts, it means that you can install the app on many devices, both desktop and mobile, and quickly access all your important e-mail data with one convenient login process.
Lastly, it is clear that Inky is a well thought-out and stylish app that offers so much for no money, and it can easily be considered a stronger alternative for e-mail related tasks over the native OS X Mail application.