Newton Email App: Review

Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone discuss the Newton email app, Megan’s favorite app of the year. Use it on your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and your Mac or Windows desktop.
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Andreas Stevens says:

they are not new, this app was originally CloudMagic, a free app, kinda good, then they pulled a fast one, changed the name, scaled the app down to near trash, and started charging to ONLY host simple info to connect to email servers, thats all they really offered. yeah, you can log into 1 account and have all email connection info pooled in one place, but their “tidy” email was too simplified. maybe they bumped up their info scraping, but they burned most of us that used CloudMagic.
K9 offers all email in one place but you have to setup each account with their login info, its the closest thing you will get to having a full email client on your Android device, i sure apple users have their own version.

Jesse Parris says:

You don’t even address the most important part of email that most people are concerned about: spam filtering! That’s the biggest gorilla in the room and why I’m looking to replace gmail. Gmail has THE WORST spam filtering controls for gmail.

Jeff J says:

Newton is an excellent app. Well worth the subscription fee, and the developers are constantly adding new features and updates

Carlos Argüello says:

No Linux, no good
Mailspring’s better

Haters are welcomed!

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