Dekko for Ubuntu Touch¹ may be going nowhere, but the re-written, Snap-based version is already starting to shine. And better yet: it’s available for testing right now. Development Snap builds of Dekko are available in the beta and […]
The stylish desktop email client from Nylas is once again free to use, and has picked up a new name in the process. Nylas Mail is the new name for the open-source desktop app hitherto known as Nylas […]
There's a new stable release of WMail, the app that describes itself as "the missing desktop client for Gmail".
Unity Mail — does the name ring a bell? It might. This small app let you see the number of unread messages in your Gmail (or other webmail) account on the Unity launcher without the (comparative) hassle of setting […]
Claws Mail 3.14.0 is the latest release of the lightweight GTK+ email client. Among its latest crop of changes is master passphrase support.
A new version of open-source email client Geary is available to download, the first update to the app in more than a year. The demise of Yorba as a non-profit software company a year or ago left the […]
Thunderbird, Evolution and Geary – three of the best known open-source email clients available on the Linux desktop. Today a new app launched that will be hoping to join the list above, an app that promises to […]
Linux users interested in innovative desktop mail app Inky are now able to sign up for updates on its progress.
Opera's popular e-mail feature is to be removed from the browser and released as a standalone application, developers have announced.
"Revolutionary Email client" Inky, though not well known, is on its way to the Linux desktop.
A new release of desktop e-mail app Geary is now available, and adds a number of significant improvements over previous versions.
Sending e-mails anonymously isn't something most of us need to - or should - do. But there are times when something needs sending sans social awkwardness, or free from repercussion. Ubuntu app 'AnonMail' let's you do just that.