Kiwi for Gmail Mac App Adds Boomerang Plugin Support

Posted in Apple News, Apps, Mac on 26/10/2016 by Chris Hauk

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Zive, Inc. has announced that its popular Kiwi for Gmail app for the Mac has added compatibility for the popular Gmail plugin, Boomerang.

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Boomerang is widely employed by Gmail users who recognize the productivity gains it delivers. Using Kiwi for Gmail to access all the great features of Gmail and Boomerang enables both individuals and enterprises to make emailing even more intuitive and efficient.

Kiwi for Gmail is the highest overall rated email app in Mac App Store. (MacTrast uses the app for all of our email needs.) The app frees pure Gmail from the browser, allowing users to enjoy all of the features of Gmail, without the need for always keeping a browser window open.

The Boomerang plugin allows you to:

  • Schedule sending of emails at specific times
  • Remove messages from your inbox and have them return when you specify
  • Boomerang emails back to your inbox if you haven’t received a reply in a set amount of time

“Out of all the all available Gmail plugins, Boomerang quickly emerged as the one most requested by our users, and we can understand why,” said Eric Shashoua, Zive founder & CEO. “Now – with Kiwi for Gmail –  Boomerang can be used seamlessly across multiple Gmail accounts with improved functionality and an unprecedented user experience, because we take it out of the browser and enable people to access it via a fully integrated desktop app.” Shashoua added, “Kiwi for Gmail and Boomerang are a powerful combination. The reasons why Boomerang appeals to people are the same reasons why people love Kiwi for Gmail – they’re both great productivity tools whose functionality enhances how they send email through Gmail.”

For more information about Kiwi for Gmail, visit their website. To purchase Kiwi for Gmail, visit the Mac App Store. For more information about Boomerang, visit the Boomerang website.


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Chris Hauk

MacTrast Senior Editor, and self-described "magnificent bastard," Chris Hauk owns Phoenix Rising Services and writes for everyone's favorite "bad movie" website, Big Bad Drive-In.

His first Apple product was an iPod Classic 9 years ago, and he has since added a MacBook Pro, a number of iPads, iPhones, and multiple Apple TVs to his collection.

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