Gmail desktop client
Go for Gmail is the best and most powerful Gmail desktop client. It’s perfect for quickly accessing your Gmail account without ever needing to open a web browser. The app is fully feature packed and built for speed and ease of use.KEY FEATURES:
It’s convenient and easy to install. On the downside it is slow to delete emails, empty trash and not intuitive to archive emails. It is difficult to print the documents directly from the mail, the easiest way is to save them on the pc or imac (in my case).
I’ve had this application for a while now, and it has given me nothing but problems. Very slow, many times it hangs. I think there are better applications. Nowadays I use others, like SPARK. Completely recommended.
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Checker Plus for Gmail™offered by jasonsavard.com(12397)1,000,000+ usersOffers in-app purchasesOverviewOverviewReceive notifications, read, or listen to your emails without opening Gmail or Inbox, and easily manage multiple accounts at onceWhy choose this extension:
– Voice Notification:If you receive an email while you are busy watching a movie or cooking dinner, this extension can optionally read it aloud, mentioning the sender, email subject, or even the message. “Email from Jason” or even “Jason says, dinner at my house”. Great for the visually impaired.
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We can define Mimestream as an adaptation of Mail to the Gmail habits: in the sidebar we see the main directories of our account, but we go from seeing folders to see labels. These, moreover, respect the original colors that we assign them from the web even if they are customized. That makes that the learning curve if you come from the web is practically null.
And what I like the most: Mimestream is already prepared and optimized for M1 processors. Its performance on my Mac mini is superior to any other email client I’ve seen with Gmail, and I get dozens of messages a day on my account. Synchronization is very fast, and the developers assure that the privacy of everything that passes through the application is guaranteed. In fact, the program is able to detect the pixels that some emails use to record our activity.
Mimestream is in beta phase, so you can use it for free while the tests last. Just go to its official website and leave your email address. The developers have already confirmed that the final and stable version of Mimestream will have an unknown price and will be distributed through the Mac App Store. To run it you will need macOS Catalina or a later version of the system.