When the Mailbox team joined Dropbox in 2013, we shared a passion for simplifying the way people work together. And solving the email problem seemed like a strong complement to the challenges
It’s getting rid of two apps: Mailbox and Carousel. A few years ago, the blogosphere got all excited about Mailbox, an iPhone app that promised to reinvent the way you do email.
Mailbox users, however, will have to find a new email app by February 26, 2016, when the service that the Mailbox apps depend on will shut down. Dropbox is in a tight spot right now.
Both apps include the important stuff, like customizable swipe actions, Dropbox integration, and email snoozing. So don’t panic. You can replace Mailbox easily enough with one of these.
Which begs the question, what happened to Dropbox’s pledge not to kill the app when they purchased it back in 2013? Justin Bariso’s post on Inc. sums things up pretty well, Dropbox Just Killed Mailbox, the Greatest Email App of All Time .
Dropbox acquired Mailbox, the extremely popular email client, way back in 2013, and unfortunately it’s now time to say goodbye. That’s right, Dropbox has just announced that Mailbox will shut
When Mailbox debuted back in 2013, users couldn’t get enough of its simplistic UI and clever features. For those not familiar with the app, Mailbox was designed to simplify the task of flagging, archiving and deleting emails via simple swipe gestures.
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Dropbox is throwing in the towel on a couple of its apps — Mailbox and Carousel; or, at least Dropbox is pulling a Google and will shut down those two apps and fold their functionality into other projects more directly connected to Dropbox’s main software offering.
Dropbox acquired Mailbox in 2013, which at the time of its launch had a lot of hype as it created a simple interface for reading email. Carousel also comes from startup acquisitions, and is an
Dropbox has just updated its popular email app, Mailbox, with support for interactive notifications in iOS 8.. As a result, Mailbox now lets you snooze or archive new emails directly from push
Dec 07, 2015 · Dropbox is doing away with Mailbox, the email app it acquired in March 2013, and Carousel, the company’s attempt at a standalone photo management app. …
Aug 19, 2014 · A year and a half later, Mailbox’s core principles have become one of Dropbox’s flagship strategies for solving problems: use a dedicated solution, in app form, to tackle an issue like email …
Dec 08, 2015 · Before it even launched in early 2013, more than 1 million people signed up to try Mailbox. A month later, at the height of the app’s popularity, Dropbox bought …
Mailbox, the email productivity app that garnered fans in a flash, is finally available for Android and Mac, the identically named, Dropbox-owned company announced Wednesday. The arrival of the