When Cloud Magic email was launched 3 years ago, its mission was to modernize the user experience for a work email. Cloud Magic’s mission was to create a reliable service that you integrate with your email to get powerful with incredible features.Mobile applications were meant to be the interface which connects people to the service. For each and every email added to Cloud Magic, there were incurred server costs. These costs were said to be a part of investment on the service.According to Cloud Magic, it was wrong to charge users for a backend service which was invisible. Also it was unwise to charge for an application that was not feature-complete.Today, the Cloud Magic has been reborn as Newton. The app can be said to be still a deceptively simple service. However, there are some new features worth to check like a send later function, read receipts, and snoozing messages.This service works on both the Mack and on Android. Newton will cost you a $50 annual subscription fee. This is something that is unheard of in application nowadays.The price can be off-putting, though here is a lot to like. For beginners, you can easily add ay email account you think of such as Gmail, Outlook, iCloud mail, or a corporate Google Apps account.Once you open a Newton account, you can transfer accounts and settings across any handsets you use. One the application is properly set up, it is very quick at using the Mailbox. Short and long swipes serve different purposes. This makes it easy to archive, trash, snooze or file your messages.Other new features include the ability to undo the sending of an email. The app also allows users to schedule emails to send at specific times.The most important thing about this new app is that it is efficient and fast at receiving, sending and managing your emails.Fortunately for some, the Newton team is offering the from Cloud Magic users who have paid for the application a free year of the Newton.
Source: Engadget

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