After almost a year of launching its ‘Email’ app on iOS, EasilyDo has launched the app for Android. It has a in-built intelligent assistant to keep your shopping, expenses, and travel organized. It also has several features to unsubscribe from junk, snooze messages, undo sent mail, and more. This is mostly like Inbox by Google. Continue reading “Email by EasilyDo with Intelligent Assistant arrives for Android”
Google is rolling out a new security feature for Gmail for safer email browsing. Gmail will start receiving security warnings on Web as well as Android.
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Google’s Inbox email app has received an update that lets users snooze their emails more conveniently. Emails regarding tracking packages, restaurant and event reservations can be snoozed easily with simple one tap touch.
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Instagram is making it easier for users with a heavy feed to keep tab on all the important updates from the people they are following. The photo sharing service has started sending “highlights” emails to some of its users, as per Tech Crunch.
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Yahoo has announced that it will introduce end-to-end encryption to its Yahoo Mail service by the end of this year. The company has released the source code for a plugin that will enable end-to-end encryption of email.
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Microsoft has bought Acompli, a mobile startup that makes email apps for iOS and Android. The financial details were not officially disclosed by either firms but Re/Code is stating that the amount of deal is more than $200 million.
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Google has introduced Inbox, a new email app that is touted as an alternative and not a replacement to Gmail. Available on Android, iOS and the Web, main aim of the app is to sort and organize emails.
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In a bid to streamline emails, Yahoo has added filters to its Mail app on Android. Users can filter their mails by using different colors, codes and labels.
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Google has revised its Terms of Service (ToS) for Gmail to explain how does it scans users emails for the purpose of ad targeting. The changes that took effect Monday April 14, 2014, specifically indicate that Google is using software to scan email when it is in transit or stored on Google’s servers.
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Popular iOS and Mac email app, Sparrow was acquired by Google today. Sparrow CEO Dom Leca announced via the company blog that they will be joining Google to accomplish a ‘bigger vision’.
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We’d reported some time back on the International Trade Commission’s ruling that several devices from Motorola’s portfolio won’t be allowed to be sold in the US. The patent in question here is Microsoft’s innovation on email based meeting scheduling. This ban goes into effect starting today in the US.
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The BlackBerry Bold 9900 was launched in India today and here we have an extensive photo gallery of the device. The phone is already available in stores across India and a FoneArena reader already got one.Enjoy the pics below and let us know if you have any questions about the device. Expect a Preview soon and a in-depth review later. Continue reading “BlackBerry Bold India Launch Photo Gallery”
With the review of the Design and the Software aspect done, we are left with only one part of the review covering the internet experience, emailing, music and accessories, camera and of course the phone as a feature itself.
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Airtel and RIM bring the BlackBerry Curve 8520 Smartphone a.ka. Gemini to India. And whats the most incredible thing about this phone is the price. Blackberry phones are usually known for their expensive price tag. But the Gemini breaks the myth and is priced at Rs.15990. The phone is aimed at youth and consumers looking for messaging / email , social networking , music and entertainment.
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Nokia India has launched a microsite EmailWithEase.com to promote its Email offerings, and the Nokia E75 which we have been covering since its MWC launch this year
E75 is the first Nokia phone to come loaded with Nokia Messaging.
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