Mailbox has announced its reservation system on their popular Gmail iOS email app has been confidently removed, thanks in large part to “10 weeks of around-the-clock hard work” by their engineering team, which has now enabled servers to handle over 100 million messages per day. Just last month the team announced it had filled 1 million reservations in just six weeks after its launch.
Many suspected after being acquired by Dropbox (rumoured for around $100 million), Orchestra would benefit greatly by being able to scale its technology. Well, that was pretty fast, wasn’t it?
The company just yesterday released an updated version of Mailbox with faster swiper and better snoozes alongside performance improvements.
Mailbox is great for managing just your inbox, but for power Gmail users, Google’s email app is still better for handling the majority of my email, thanks to its ability to manage multiple accounts and handle various archived filtered emails, plus also report spam.