Mailbox is one of the best email managers out there for mobile devices, and now you can also enjoy it on desktop computers, with the release of the beta for the new Mac OS X client.
Besides its meticulously minimalist interface, one of the greatest advantages of this service is the option to postpone receipt of new mails, meaning you can set the client to notify you every few hours if you have new mail instead of every time one arrives. It’s compatible with Gmail and iCloud accounts, and also allows you to sync your drafts to Dropbox.
The concept behind Mailbox goes beyond being a simple email manager and instead employs your outbox as a to-do list to be ticked off sequentially by applying the GTD (Getting Things Done) philosophy, based on a memorization principle that puts weight on how to solve problems instead of listing everything you need to do.
Besides all this, Mailbox turns out to be a highly efficient tool with a very fast system of push notifications, an interface responsive to highly intuitive touch gestures, and a screen that displays information organized in a way that minimizes any form of distraction.