Airmail for Mac 2.5 released with El Capitan support and new features

Airmail is one of the best third party email clients for OS X. It has tons of features, even more than the built in and is regularly updated with supports for newer ones. The newest updated, version 2.5, adds support for OS X 10.11 El Capitan, handoff, new San Francisco font and split screen.

Airmail for OS X 2.5

Support for iCloud cross syncing on iPhone version (coming soon) has also been added in this release. Settings, signature, folder colors and almost everything else will sync across all devices on which Airmail is installed. There are design updates and tweaks through out the app and the internals have also received performance improvements.

Airmail 2.5 change log:

  • Split Screen Support
  • Improved performances and stability
  • New iCloud Sync, Folder Colors, Aliases, Signatures, Profile Icons and more are now synchronized on your Mac and iPhone
  • New iCloud Preferences Sync, the app settings are synchronized on different devices
  • New Handoff support, Composing Draft and folder selection are mirrored on different devices
  • New Create Accounts Panel
  • New LDAP directory support
  • New Google App directory search on composing mail
  • New native Wunderlist Integration
  • New native Todoist Integration
  • New Accounts import/export
  • New Sort By Name
  • New recipient menu on the right menu
  • New Folder Colors
  • New OAuth Login Outlook
  • New One Drive integration
  • Improved Visual layout
  • Improved Search (folder and date)
  • Improved Layout are retina optimized
  • Improved Sync engine
  • Improved Draft and Offline sync
  • Improved Exchange Discovery
  • Improved Gestures
  • Improved Attachment Markdown
  • Updated Localisation
  • New system font design
  • Many small improvement and minor fixes

Airmail is available for $9.99 in the Mac App Store and works with OS X 10.8 and above. It supports almost all popular email services such as Gmail, Google Apps, iCloud, Yahoo, MS Exchange, Outlook and more and with the iPhone app coming soon, the price is well worth it.

Download Airmail 2.5 from Mac App Store

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