FreeThere are tons of ways to communicate, and e-mail is one that has remained, even with all of the new choices. There are plenty of iOS e-mail apps, and CloudMagic is another that is trying to stand apart from the crowd. The first thing you notice about the app is that is supports Gmail, Exchange, Yahoo, Outlook, iCloud, Google Apps, and Office 365 for quick set-up. Once you get an account, or accounts set-up, you have a unified inbox with instant push notifications for all of the varying e-mail addresses.
The feature set is expected, but what makes CloudMagic truly stand apart is the integration of third party services in the form of cards. When you’re reading an e-mail, you can bring up cards that tie into Salesforce.com, Zendesk, Pocket, Evernote, OneNote, Todoist, Trello, Asana, and MailChimp. Each one you can set to your own account, and from there send what’s in the e-mail message to the respective service to form notes, read it later items, to-do lists, contact information, and more. Rather than manually copying, and pasting, you have a direct connection to some valuable utilities that you may already use, or others that you may start to use thanks to the CloudMagic integration.
CloudMagic (Free, Universal) is definitely worth trying out to see if it’s right for you to become your go to e-mail app.