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Newton Mail Silently Emerges Its Cross-Platform Email Application

Newton Mail, the email service, bid adieu to its users in September 2018, but now it appears to be back. Media has spotted an upgraded edition on the iOS App Store and media can verify that it is also accessible on Mac and on Google Play for Android. “We are delighted to be back. If you still have control your account on Newton, just sign in employing your password and username for Newton,” claimed the developer’s notes on the Google Play and App Store.

New benefits listed for iOS comprise support for “mark unread from here,” the capability of deleting a single mail in a thread, task managers’ support for Things, OmniFocus, Bear, & 2doapp, and the option to include GIFs using iPhone keyboard of Giphy. Apart from this, there are a number of enhancements on Mac Compose. The yearly subscription has a price tag of $50, which might have been accountable for its downfall, stays intact.

Earlier, Newton Mail claimed that it is closing down on September 25, 2018, marking the official end of the subscription-supported premium email application. Newton was the newest 3rd-party email application casualty. It joined the group of “gone but not forgotten” applications such as Mailbox and Sparrow, who are another victims of the fact that it is actually difficult hard to come up with email apps’ viable business model.

Newton Mail (earlier dubbed as CloudMagic) was initially a free service prior to it transitioned to a subscription-based & paid model a couple of years ago. The service provided apps for iOS, Mac, Windows, and Android (a rarity for 3rd-party email applications) in addition to a series of clever functionalities such as automatic organization in inbox. With the imminent closedown, Newton disabled new logins and claimed it will not renew monthly subscriptions.