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Boxer email app


Email is often the first introduction to mobility for many users and the Boxer email app takes it to the next level by combining all user email accounts in one interface.

Boxer email app

Boxer provides the ability to quickly triage your inbox and respond to new messages through simple swipe gestures. There’s also add a “To-Do” list installed in the inbox.

The app allows users to swipe to archive or trash mail; utilize Dropbox for storage; utilize photos for incoming email identification; contacts integration; and see all time-sensitive information on a dashboard.

Boxer supports Gmail, Outlook, Exchange (2007 and up), Yahoo, Hotmail, iCloud, AOL, and IMAP accounts. However one of the drawbacks some users say is that it does not work with IMAP despite its claims of integration.

Boxer currently works with iOS devices and is available for $3.99 in the Apple App Store, the most recent version was updated on July 24.

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