All new Mail Box app represents a change of perspective to the email, because it treats the inbox not as a list of messages that hang around the neck like so many albatrosses, but as a list of tasks to be completed in the shape of incomplete tasks. Therefore, reading an email and is being made means that it can be removed from the list as a completed task, which means that is filed in the inbox. Messages can be “delayed”, so temporarily hidden from inbox reappear in another user-defined time to be completed later. But the important thing is that you delete from the inbox, inbox zero by potential daily occurrence.
As you navigate thorough your inbox, you can open as you would expect on a message to view it. But even before opening a message, you can see it is one you no longer need, you can file them away without leaving a message list. Go to the right into a message and will turn green to show it is archiving. Pull a little more, and turns red to show that it is deleting the message instead.
The interface of this app is really simple, so it is easy to quickly archive email or delayed for later. Mailbox’s thread layout borrows from Gmail’s web interface, with a hint of SMS apps. If the email is archived or delayed by accident, there is easy access from the different tabs to access it again. In short it is a wonderful app and has proved to be a replacement for default mail app in iOS devices.
I have seen most of the people with iPhone, using this as their primary mail application in lieu of original one. Initially it supports only Gmail but will definitely add others for your convenience. As the app is promising and has earned surprisingly great reviews, so it has received regular updates initially.
The most recent update to Mailbox app has added iPad compatibility in it which will definitely increase the number of users. As the Mailbox has proved to be a great app so it was expected that developers would soon break it for iPad users as well. This update has come to the existing app as version 1.3 thus making it a universal one. Now iPad users can enjoy the same application Free of cost in a better HD perspective.
If you have used the same application on iPhone, then you can feel the difference in terms of improvement. Here in this app with extended view, you have definite control in terms of better touch, easy swipe thorough etc. Mailbox for iPad comes with all features which are available for iPhone meaning that none of the feature is missing. If you own iPad, this app will give you a much more attractive and natural display. You have got a better 2 pane view from where you can swipe through the list of mails inside the inbox while other half of the screen is available for reading the mail which was opened initially. The existing mail on right side of the pane will not be closed unless and until you do not select another one from the list to read it.
With the addition of iPad support, some bugs have also been fixed as it is done in any usual update of apps. The bug fixes are, however, not known.