Airmail Zero is a brand new app for the next generation of Gmail, and the successor to Apple Developer Award-winning Airmail. It’s perfect for quickly triaging your inbox and uses Gmail’s blazing fast new platform to instantly send and receive messages.
Airmail Zero features:
- Privacy Aware No data pass on our servers
- Fast tools for managing your email
- Rich keyboard shortcuts for even more efficiency
- A brand new, rock-solid codebase written entirely in Swift
- Zero wait time for launch
- Much more reliable performance on Virtual Private Networks (VPN) since it does not use IMAP or POP connections
- A beautiful interface built on a custom new animation engine
- Instant sync thanks to secure, all-HTTPS communications
Note that Airmail Zero is a native Gmail app for triaging recent email, but not currently an archival utility for searching your entire history.
As a successor to our Apple Developer Award-winnning Airmail email client, Airmail Zero is built with an entirely new Swift codebase. It launches instantly and uses virtually zero storage, memory, and CPU. For the security conscious, Airmail Zero works with VPNs much more reliably than traditional email apps.
We’d love to hear what you think about Airmail Zero. To reach us, use the in-app support option in settings.
Airmail Zero is an auto renewable subscription:
- Badge removal
- Live support
$2.99 monthly, $9.99 annually
Price may vary by location and active promotion. Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Manage your subscriptions in Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription.
Terms of Service: https://airmailzero.com/eula.html
- iOS 13 Support
- Dark Mode
- New Design
- Multi Account
- Unified Inbox
Ratings and Reviews
Feels slow, weird UI
The open-message animation feels painfully slow. Sign-in to Gmail with SSO took forever.
Almost didn’t find the settings. Was looking for a gear or a set of sliders, and eventually clicked on the unlabeled, gray toggle button on a whim. Turns out that was the settings button.
Just tried drafting an email. After setting the “to” field, the X that just a moment ago would’ve closed the email now dismisses the address select UI. 😕
I’ve used Airmail on and off (mostly on) for years, but this doesn’t seem ready to ship. I’ll give it another try after it’s matured a bit.
No thanks for now
The original Airmail had some great features but was also struggling in terms of quality. I stopped using it after a while because it lost drafts and its message composer was a mess.
I was glad to see the team decided to start over and I’m sure that with the lessons learned from the first edition they’ll build something great, but this initial version is the barest of bare minimums.
The original had a robust set of actions that worked with a variety of apps and services to help process email into actionable items or turn messages into useful notes, etc.
This edition lets you swipe to archive or delete messages. There are no other actions. It trails other mail apps that have come along since the original Airmail by a great deal.
I’m sure a ground-up rewrite in a new framework is an accomplishment for the developers, but I don’t see what this does for me that I don’t get from the Gmail app, Apple’s Mail app, or something like Spark, which all exceed it in features.
I may keep this tucked away in a utility folder to see if it progresses, but I can’t see using it day to day until some of the original features—especially all the actions—go back in.
It's a start...
Let me start by saying I own and have used Airmail, Airmail 2, and Airmail 3.
Aside from the fact that I've paid for them all and I've got subscription fatigue, this client offers nothing unique, so I can't see why I'd pay for it. So far you can't configure swipes, the actions from Airmail aren't there, etc. This really isn't a full client and it surely isn't worth more per year than Airmail 3 is perpetually. Also, there are free clients that are far better and this one struggles to set itself apart.
That said, it's far prettier than AM3 and "feels" more iOS-like, so I'm hopeful this evolves into something better. I had started using Edison Mall as my primary after getting crushed with the aging look and feel of v3.
It's a good start, bit more of a beta than a proper app. The free version is far too hobbled. I mean... no notifications?! I can't recommend this to anyone, paid or not, right now. But good luck to the team on evolving this!
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Requires iOS 13.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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