inbox overload

Mailman’s new Gmail assistant aims to tame your inbox

A new startup, Mailman, recently launched an email assistant that helps Gmail users to get better control over their inbox. Unlike many email startups, which require users to switch to a new platform

SlideMail Is An Intelligent Email App For The Rest Of Us

A new email application launching today called SlideMail is designed to help those of us with bad email habits sort through our inbox, while also intelligently organizing our messages and alerting us

Compose Is A Distraction-Free Email App That Only Lets You Write Messages

Compose, an incredibly simple app that took only about an hour to design and another to build, may not be as ridiculous as it initially sounds. The app serves only one purpose: it lets you shoot off a

Rovio Owner Backs Teller, A Startup Aiming To Make Email Work Better When You Check It Less Often

If you're in the U.S., you're probably taking a well-deserved break from work and all the accompanying email today for the July 4th holiday. But when you return, your inbox is going to be a nightmare.

Newly Updated “Inbox Pause” Utility Lets You Check Email On Your Schedule, Not Theirs

How do you deal with email overload, and the incessant pings of incoming email alerts? Baydin, the company behind a suite of productivity tools for busy workers, has a solution: just stop checking you

SquareOne For iPhone Organizes Your Email, Gives You Better Control Over Notifications

Dropbox's acquisition of Mailbox for <a href="">$100 million</a> has fueled more interest and development of mobile applicatio

No Mailbox? No Problem. Boomerang For Android Brings Gesture-Based Email Management To Gmail Users

<a target="_blank" href="">Baydin</a>, the startup behind a suite of productivity add-ons for Gmail, Outlook, and Google Calendar, is today bringing its inbox management solution

SaneBox Adds Smarter Reminders, Lets You Snooze Emails, Sync Reminders To Calendars

<a href="" target="_blank">SaneBox</a> is definitely starting to get my attention. The company, which is <a href="