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Airmail 1.1 Offers New iPad Support, Touch ID Support, Much More

Airmail 1.1 Offers New iPad Support, Touch ID Support, Much More

Bloop S.R.L.’s popular Mac and iPhone email client Airmail has flown onto the iPad, offering support for iPad multitasking, including split view, keyboard support, custom shortcuts, Touch ID, and much more.

Airmail 1.1 Offers New iPad Support, Touch ID Support, Much More

We’ve long been fans of Airmail here at MacTrast, having used it on both the Mac and iPhone platforms, and the iPad version of the app is one email client users of all stripes should take a look at.

The update isn’t limited to iPad updates, as it also offers Touch ID support, new Smart Folders, improved Apple Watch sync, improved notifications, SO many improvements. The list of new features in the new iPad-compatible version is a lengthy one, so let’s take a deep breath, and start listing them…

What’s New in Version 1.1

– New iPad Support
– New iPad Multitasking with split view
– New Keyboard Support
– New Custom Shortcuts
– New Touch ID support
– New Extended Recipient
– New Smart Folders – Saved Search
– New IMAP Root
– New Message to groups
– New Reply ~ Reply All detection switch
– New Send Later (Gmail – Exchange)
– New Draw Sketch
– New 2 finger Swipe to next message
– New Read Receipt
– New Archive and Star option

– New Action Add to contacts
– New Action Full Screen, 2 finger LongPress on message
– New Action Unsubscribe Newsletters
– New Integration Due
– New Integration Proud
– New Integration Readdle Calendar5
– New Integration Readdle PDF Expert5
– New Integration Byword
– New Integration Parcel
– New Integration Instapaper
– New Integration Pocket Informant

– Improved Transfer
– Improved Shipments detection
– Improved All Message Folder
– Improved Evernote Attachments Integration
– Improved Snooze Extended to 3 months
– Improved Rendering of very Long Message
– Improved AOL support sync
– Improved Drafts
– Improved POP3 Notifications
– Improved Documents
– Improved Threads
– Improved Rendering
– Improved Performance
– Improved Apple Watch Sync
– Improved Search with Saved Search and Smart Folders
– Improved Localization
– Bug Fix

SHEESH! Did you get all that? We’ll be trying out the iPad version when we get a chance, and will report back to you our thoughts on the new version of the popular email client.

Airmail 1.1 is available for $4.99 in the App Store. [GET IT HERE]

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