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Mailbox Update Adds ‘Swipe and Hold’ to Create an Auto-Swipe Pattern

Mailbox has received an update this evening to allow users to manually create Auto-swipe patterns with a swipe and hold on actions.

So all you have to do is just swipe an email to ‘archive’ and hold—then you’ll be prompted for further actions. The same goes for a swipe and hold for ’trash’ and ‘snooze’. Once you swipe and hold, a tiny circle animation moves clockwise to indicate you’re creating a new auto-swipe action.

You’ll then be given options on how you want your auto-swipe to proceed. You can check out our screenshots below:

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By creating these Auto-swipe actions, it will allow you to manage your exploding inbox even faster.

What’s New in Version 2.0.3
– swipe and hold to manually create an Auto-swipe pattern
– Auto-swipe suggestions added to email view
– other Auto-swipe improvements
– attachment improvements
– various bug fixes

The release notes also mention some various bug fixes and improvements. Mailbox 2.0 and its auto-swipe feature launched back in April.

Click here to download Mailbox—it’s free.

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  • confused

    so how is this app different (or better) than the original “mail” app that comes on iphone?

  • http://www.iphoneincanada.ca/ Gary

    It’s faster this way to archive, delete or have messages ‘snoozed’ for later.