When Mailbox launched, it quickly became one of the the iOS’ communities favorite Gmail application. In fact, it became so popular that Dropbox scooped it up just weeks after its launch.
Now the application has moved to the iPad, with a free download that supports the same clean, intuitive and easiest to manage gesture-based mail-app on the App Store. The iPad application offers the same features as the iPhone app, but the larger screen makes everything more a little easier to read lengthy emails and attachments. The application offers a terrific swipe-based move-to-folder setting and also features really convenient “remind me later”, “keep as new”, and “reply later” features, as well as many others. The app is free, you can check it out on the official store below.
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