|By Marketwired .||
|September 4, 2014 06:00 AM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 09/04/14 -- Acompli, a leading mobile email application provider for professionals, today introduced Focused Inbox and Email Scheduling, as well as the immediate availability of Acompli for Android in the Google Play store. Acompli for iPhone is available for download on the App Store. Designed with professionals in mind, both iPhone and Android versions of Acompli are free.
Focused Inbox Surfaces What Matters
Acompli Focused Inbox, a new personalized inbox within the Acompli app, automatically surfaces a professional's most important emails. Focused Inbox works across all of a user's email services, including both work and personal accounts. By learning each user's email behavior, and placing "noisy" email in the "Other" inbox, Acompli helps professionals focus on their most important emails at all times. For emails that need to be handled later, Acompli has added the ability to schedule emails to return to an inbox at a future time.
"Through soliciting feedback from our users, we learned that the number one hurdle to handling more email on mobile was simply finding the right emails in a noisy inbox," said Acompli CEO, Javier Soltero. "By pre-triaging the inbox, we've taken care of this time-consuming step and enabled professionals to focus on what matters each time they launch Acompli."
Acompli for Android
With the release, Android users will enjoy the same feature-rich iPhone users know and love, including:
- New: Save time and stay on top of your most important emails with Focused Inbox, which surfaces the emails that matter
- New: Schedule email to return to your inbox at a future time
- Manage your calendar, share available times and schedule meetings with just a couple of taps, thanks to Acompli's fully integrated calendar
- Find, view and attach files to emails from Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive or from any file in your mailbox
- Find any email, person or file by tapping out just a few letters with predictive search
- Manage multiple email accounts with support for Exchange, Office 365, Google Apps, iCloud, Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook.com, Hotmail and Live
The Acompli app is a free download from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch, and in the Google Play store for Android phones and tablets. Acompli empowers professionals to do more and defer less by combining email, calendars, files and contacts into one fast, easytouse app. To help professionals focus on what matters, Acompli intelligently and automatically sorts a user's most important email into their own personalized Focused Inbox. The app supports Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Google Apps, Gmail, iCloud, Yahoo, Outlook.com, Hotmail and Live email services, as well as Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive file sharing services.
Acompli is on a mission to improve how the world works through mobile email. The company is venture-backed with headquarters in San Francisco. Its team has a track record of building successful companies, with key experience across consumer applications and enterprise email, essential for building products that mobile users love and IT departments trust. For more information, please visit www.acompli.com.
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