If you are a GMail or Google Inbox user, you have to try WMail, a desktop client to manage all your email on Windows, Mac and Linux.
More than a decade ago that Google launched GMail to the public, the idea was to offer a really competitive email service, with a simple interface and giving away more space than other options that were already on the market.
It has rained a lot since then and today in many users do not imagine their life or work without GMail. The service Google mail It accumulates more than 1,000 million users and, despite the fact that there are many programs and clients compatible with GMail, there are many users who end up using the web (and the official mobile apps). If this is your case, don’t miss Wmail because it’s worth it.
WMail, an open source desktop client for GMail and Inbox
As a loyal GMail user, the various inboxes (Social, Promotions, Notifications, Forums) are sacred. They are extremely helpful in filtering mail and paying attention only to important messages. The problem with many third party mail clients is that they do not support this setting, or disregard associated accounts or any other dedicated GMail settings.
The result is that I always go back to the web whenever I am on the PC because no client convinces me until I know WMail.
As if it were a Christmas present, Paul Miller mentioned Wmail in his collection of applications for Mac, but the good news is that it is also on Windows and Linux, so we are in front of a GMail and Google Inbox client, totally free, open source and multiplatform. Is this real life?
The same web interface, but on the desktop: for Windows, Mac and Linux
What do we find in Wmail? Whether you use GMail, or the new Inbox interface, what you will find in Wmail it’s exactly the same than in the official web versions of Google, but seasoned with some extra functions.
We can configure more than one account at the same time and switch between them whenever we want, integrates up to 43 dictionaries that we can install to correct us when we write a new email, it supports the same keyboard shortcuts that you already know and most importantly: it integrates into notifications of the system.
It allows us to configure if we want the system to notify us, activate sound notifications, visual mark to see the number of pending emails and much more. Wmail is a great option if you want to keep all native options from Google mail, you can download it from its official website:
Wmail, the client for GMail and Ibox