|By Marketwired .||
|May 22, 2014 05:38 PM EDT||
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 05/22/14 -- Inbox Cube, the iPhone Mail App that elegantly organizes all of your email content into visual, Pinterest-like collections, is pleased to announce that it has been named the best Communication app at the 2014 Appy Awards.
The annual Appy Awards are among the most distinguished awards in the app industry, dedicated to acknowledging creativity and excellence in app design across all platforms: mobile, social, and web-based. Winners are selected by a jury of leading tech executives who filter through hundreds of thousands of eligible apps before announcing the winner at the annual award ceremony.
"We are thrilled and humbled to receive this recognition," said Kalpesh Rathod, CEO of Inbox Cube. "This award serves as further validation that our visual approach to finding and sharing email content is a hit with both our growing user base and influential tech leaders. I'm incredibly proud of my team that has focused endlessly on creating a simple yet elegant solution to how we consume and manage email on the go."
Inbox Cube was selected for its secure and visual user interface that lets you directly access all your sent and received documents, photos and web links without having to find the original email. All your unread messages, starred messages and contacts are organized into their own Cubes letting you access them separately without having to do tedious searches on your iPhone.
About Inbox Cube
Award-winning Inbox Cube elegantly organizes your Inbox into Cubes delivering a fresh visual experience designed intuitively for those on the go. When your Inbox is organized, you don't waste time looking for Emails, Links and Attachments anymore. Add new cubes from The Cube Store to customize your experience and quickly access the content that matters most to you. For more information please visit: www.inboxcube.com
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