Featured App: Airmail

Just wanted to pop in quick to say that if you’re in the market for a great email client, I highly recommend checking out Airmail. I’ve been using it for a couple of months now per a recommendation from Tim, and haven’t looked back since!

I’ve somehow found myself in a position where I’m managing 5 email accounts, so I needed an interface that would allow me to access all accounts in a clean, organized fashion.

A couple of things to note about the main view: the color coding is phenomenal. Each of my accounts has a different color. Each email that comes in is then assigned to that color automatically.  You can view the master list that includes every email in all of your inboxes, or you can view each account separately. You can also see a list of your email accounts on the bottom, left-hand side. Continue reading “Featured App: Airmail”

Calendar Apps Worth Looking Into

Something you may or may not already know: I’m constantly on the search for the best team of apps that will help me get through my day. And coming from the person who can’t go into Target without buying a fresh spiral notebook, that’s saying something. My EMM (English Major Morals) have always steered me towards the more romantic option- pen & paper. But as much as I hate to admit it, I’ve slowly joined the rest of the world and have chosen efficiency over romance: Phone Organization. I’ve narrowed it down to my top two favorites.

The Do-All (Free) App: Microsoft Outlook

I first tried out an Outlook email app a year or two ago when I had a .edu email address for school. During my first experience, the app was super buggy & it froze constantly. It would say that all was synced and refreshed, but it wouldn’t actually do the refreshing. It wasn’t reliable, and I quickly deleted it.

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