Mark your calendars – the next generation of Mail Pilot now has a release date: February 5th.
With Mail Pilot 2, we wanted to bring our universal iPhone and iPad app up to feature parity with our Mail Pilot for Mac application. We expanded the project to include a complete overhaul of the app’s interface and underlying codebase. Put together, it translates to a more stable, mobile-friendly and gesture-rich email experience. We were so excited about what we came up with, we unveiled the new interface in Macworld last fall.
With the release, the apps will also communicate with each other. An update to Mail Pilot for Mac is coming soon which will enable account syncing via iCloud Drive – meaning you won’t have to enter all of your account details on your phone’s small screen, just your password for security.
We’re getting more excited the closer we get to February 5. We’ve been working on this release for nearly a year, and everyone’s really proud of what we’ve put together.
The app has been in testers’ hands for over 2 months. Our tester’s favorite feature is a suite of new gestures that enable swiping, scrubbing, and even flicking a message out of your inbox. Check it out below.
New customers can expect the price of the universal iPhone and iPad app to remain $9.99, but anyone who has purchased the first version of the iPhone and iPad app will get a free upgrade on us.
Here are some sneak peeks: