More and more, email is on-the-go and on our phones. With Unsubscriber for iPhone, when you notice email in your inbox that you no longer want, you can unsubscribe in just two taps.
Open Unsubscriber and choose the emails, offers, and newsletters you no longer want to receive, then tap Unsubscribe and never see them again.
You don’t have to answer any questions or remember your password. It couldn’t be easier.
Unsubscriber works with your Gmail and Yahoo! Mail accounts. When you unsubscribe, all future emails from that company are routed directly to your Unsubscribe folder, so you can focus on the messages you care about.
If you make a mistake or change your mind, it’s easy to resubscribe, right from the app. Once you do, any new messages will go straight to your inbox.
I was most excited about this app, which addresses my personal pet peeve of email listservs that spam you with advertisements and newsletters you really don’t want. The app aggregates the different email newsletters you’re subscribed to, and provides a handy way to unsubscribe en masse.
Unsubscriber is the simplest way to stop emails you don’t want. Already, people have unsubscribed from more than 8,000 email lists! Grab it for free from the App Store and let us know what you think.
Are you going to Inbox Love 2 later this month? We’re going, and and we hope to see you there!
We’re sponsoring this conference because we want to encourage innovation in email. That’s also why we want to promote this hackathon our friends at Context.IO will be hosting on Saturday, October 20th.
Inbox Love 2 is upon us on October 24th, and to kick off the event with a bang, Context.IO, along with SendGrid (and more to be announced!) are hosting the first ever Inbox Love Hacks!
This event will be all about email and the amazing app platform it provides. Join us to build productivity, analytics, collaboration, customer relationship, marketing and document management (and more!) applications that can provide insight, automate tedious tasks, allowing us to connect in more meaningful ways.
The top 3 hacks will have their chance to demo for a panel of the creme de le creme of email experts at Inbox Love in Mountain View on the 24th. We promise, the prizes will be well worth your while.
We can’t wait to bring the email love to San Francisco for our first ever official Bay Area event! We’re opening this up to all attendees of Inbox Love as well any anyone else interested in building cool things on email! Register now – capacity is limited but possibilities are endless!
Stay tuned for more exciting details on the coming weeks…
Unsubscriber is now available for AOL Mail! We want to make this simple, free tool available to everyone who has too much unwanted email in their inbox.
It couldn’t be easier to use. Unsubscriber adds an Unsubscribe folder to your AOL Mail account. Just move unwanted messages to the Unsubscribe folder and we take care of the rest. You don’t have to answer questions or remember passwords.
Plus, any new email from that sender skips your inbox and lands in your Unsubscribe folder while we notify the sender that you want to be removed from their list. Unsubscriber is the simplest way to stop emails you don’t want.
We released the first version of Message Finder in March and have been working hard since to incorporate your feedback into a new and improved app. You can download it for free today.
● Multiple Accounts
Now you can add multiple Gmail and Yahoo! Mail accounts and browse all of your commercial email in one place. You don’t even need to remember which account received the email. Just locate the sender and the find the right message, right away.
Everything is faster in the new Message Finder, from syncing your messages to browsing to a specific one.
● A Better Experience
You’ll find a few nice touches and a lot of bug fixes to improve your experience.
Whether you’re new to Message Finder or have been enjoying it for months, we think you’ll love the new version.
Organizer is now available for iCloud! If you use Apple’s iCloud for email, or its predecessor MobileMe, you can get started right now.
With Organizer for iCloud, you’ll enjoy all of Organizer’s helpful features, from your automatically organized inbox to the Daily Digest, a single email summarizing everything that’s recently been organized for you. Organizer helps you take control of your email.
Do you have friends that use iCloud and envy your streamlined inbox? Let them know the solution is here — Organizer for iCloud.
Message Finder makes it easy to find an email on your iPhone. At a restaurant and looking for your daily deal? Tap Offers and locate it in seconds. Need your boarding pass at the airport? Check Travel. It’s the email you want, when you want it.
Best of all, you don’t have to do anything. Just add your Gmail or Yahoo! account and Message Finder takes care of the rest. As new emails arrive, Message Finder groups them into categories like Receipts and Social so you can find the right email, right away.
We have a lot planned for Message Finder, including support for additional services and search. We hope you share your feedback with us. You can do so from the app, on the web, or right here in the comments.
Last year, we released Unsubscriber for Yahoo! Mail. Since then, we’ve heard a lot helpful feedback and encouraging reviews. Now we’re ready for more people to enjoy Unsubscriber.
Today, we’re releasing Unsubscriber for Gmail, our latest free tool. Unsubscriber is the simplest way to stop emails you don’t want.
Just move unwanted messages to the Unsubscribe folder and Unsubscriber takes care of the rest. You don’t have to answer questions or remember passwords. Plus, any new email from that sender is routed to your Unsubscribe folder while we notify the sender that you want to be removed from their list.
Hundreds of thousands of emails are added to Unsubscriber every day. It’s a satisfying way to simplify your inbox. Give it a try and let us know what you think!
I already use Organizer for Gmail. Is Unsubscriber for me?
With Organizer, you have all the benefits of the Unsubscribe folder, plus a bunch more. There’s no need to install Unsubscriber if you are already enjoying Organizer.
Do you plan on supporting other email providers?
Definitely! Look for Unsubscriber for Aol next.
Where is the best place for questions or letting you know about a bug?
Andy Smith recently joined the team here at OtherInbox as our new in house UX and UI developer. We’ve been keeping him busy with some fun new projects, but he has recently had time to improve our Organizer product as well. Today for Yahoo! Mail users (coming soon for Gmail and AOL fret not) is a cleaner navigation bar.
I’ll think you’ll agree that less is more, and the new design lets you quickly and easily move about the app. You’ll also notice that your personal dashboard is now the default page when you open the app. While he was cleaning things up Andy also took the opportunity to simplify the Settings page, nice work.
Don’t be shy about letting us know what you think or what else we can do to improve your Organizer experience. Simply drop us an email at email@example.com, tweet us on Twitter or post up on Facebook!