Tag Archive: Email


Email from your Galaxy Watch with the new Outlook app

Get some personal time back with quick replies from your wrist

What you need to know Microsoft Outlook is now on your wrist with the Galaxy Watch app, available for Galaxy Watch and the Galaxy Watch Active family of devices. This first version is fairly simple and appears to be U.S.-only, for now. You can fully reply, mark unread or read, flag as important, and even archive and delete right from your wrist.

Important after-hours work emails  [Read More…]

Leaked email suggests the Pixel 4 will be available on AT&T

Google finally broke away from its Verizon exclusivity earlier this year.

What you need to know A supposed internal document suggests that AT&T will carry the Pixel 4. Google’s Pixel phones are currently available on Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and U.S. Cellular. We’re expecting the Pixel 4 to be announced on October 15.

Google is expected to announce the Pixel 4 at its upcoming event on October 15, and when the phone launches likely later in the month,  [Read More…]

Samsung trolls Huawei during Mate 30 launch in email blast

Clap, clap, clap.

Samsung doesn’t always love to tout its close relationship with Google — that is, not unless it’s expedient to do so.

Now, during a fractious and awkward time for Huawei to launch the Mate 30 series, which doesn’t and can’t ship with any Google services, is one of those times.

In the middle of the Mate 30 keynote in Munich today, Samsung sent a Spanish-language email blast to its Latin American customers  [Read More…]

Popular iOS email app Spark is finally available for Android

This could be the Inbox replacement you’re searching for.

April 2, 2019, is a big day for the world of email, for both good and bad reasons. Not only are we saying farewell to Inbox after four years of greatness, but a new Android app has also arrived that aims to be one of the better Inbox replacements we’ve seen yet. That email app is Spark.

Spark first debuted on iOS a few years back and has  [Read More…]

Newton email app returns under Essential ownership

It still costs $ 50/year.

Remember Newton? The best email app to ever be a thing? Yeah, it’s back.

Back in August, CloudMagic (the company behind Newton) announced that it was shutting the app down. Essential came out of nowhere and a few months later in December to buy the company, and now on February 5, Newton’s relaunching with a heap of new features to boot.

Some of the new feature highlights include being able to delete  [Read More…]

Timehop security breach leaked names, email addresses of 21 million users

Some users’ phone numbers were also exposed.

Timehop, the app that lets you link your social media accounts to it and see what you posted/shared years ago, recently confirmed that it had a security breach on July 4, 2018, that exposed the names, email addresses, and phone numbers for its 21 million users.

In an official statement, Timehop says it was able to stop the attack but not before the above data was stolen. On the upside,  [Read More…]

App developers are going through your email, here is how to stop them

Never trust anyone when it comes to managing your privacy.

The Wall Street Journal reports that application developers, both mobile and desktop, are busy rummaging through the email of thousands and thousands of users with free accounts from Gmail, Yahoo, and Microsoft. The Journal rightfully chastises the companies involved for allowing this to happen then proceeds to tell us why it’s happening: because we said they could.

Of course developers (and worse, think of that last crummy  [Read More…]

Gmail vs. Newton: Which email client is right for you?

The father of email takes on its futuristic cousin.

It’s been a long-time coming, but Google finally updated Gmail with a clean, modern design and helpful new features that stop it from feeling like a relic of the past. There’s a lot to like about the changes Google made to Gmail, but for some folks, it may be too little too late.

If you’re feeling underwhelmed by the new Gmail, one of your best alternatives is a  [Read More…]

Newton adds a useful Tidy Inbox feature to its email client

Email just got a whole lot better because it’s so much less noisy.

Newton, a simple and powerful email platform, has released another one of its so-called Superchargers to clean up its users’ messy inboxes.

Formerly called CloudMagic, Newton has transformed into one of the most elegant and powerful email platforms out there, and it’s available on practically every platform, including Android. With today’s update, the Tidy Inbox feature brings  [Read More…]