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Description

Stoop is your subscription content inbox. Email newsletters and video channels are sent right to your Stoop without clogging your personal inbox, and away from the algorithm.

Privacy Details: Stoop uses your email address for creating your account and occasionally communicating with you (we've sent 3 such communications in 2.5 years), but for nothing else. We use no third party analytics tools. We keep track of only one piece of activity data: the last day that you used the app. We do this so that we can determine which users are active.

App Features:
• Keep your personal inbox clean
• Enjoy an interface designed for focused reading and watching
• Stay organized and unsubscribe with a tap
• Discover great new content across a variety of topics
• Share and discuss newsletters with friends on Stoop
• Fill a bigger portion of your information diet with great content straight from the source.

Use of the app and its core features are free. Some of the app's features require the purchase of Stoop Premium for $9.99 per year. Premium features include:
• Unlimited inbox size
• Unlimited history
• Custom folders
• Dark mode for emails

If you decide to purchase Stoop Premium, $9.99 will be charged to your iTunes Account and your subscription will automatically renew each year unless you cancel at least 1 day prior to the expiration of the current period. You can manage your subscription via your Apple ID under iTunes & App Store settings on your iOS device.

Terms of Use: https://stoopinbox.com/tos
Privacy Policy: https://stoopinbox.com/privacy-policy

What’s New

Version 2.1.4

Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
92 Ratings

92 Ratings

Mattimclellan11 ,

Love this idea

This has been an excellent way to keep track of my newsletters. A couple of preferences: Some newsletters I get do not require me to click any external links, but the print in the body of the emails is so small I can barely read it. Even being able to rotate the view would help. Also, I do like notification reminders. Perhaps instead of making notifications for each newsletter delivery, being able to select a daily reminder time would be possible.

br__I ,

The New Update (Nov. 2020) is Terrible

Long time user of Stoop and I absolutely love this app for managing my newsletter subscriptions. However several key features that made this app so great in the past have either been removed or are so hidden in folders that this app isn’t worth using anymore. Instead of opening up to your daily newsletters you’re presented with all the app’s folders, and you have to manually enter the Unread Section. The swipe features to archive a newsletter aren’t available or working (I’m not too sure what’s going on here). Forced Dark or Light mode system mirroring (there isn’t an option to choose) is convenient except when you only want to use Stoop in a mode different than your iOS settings. The + button on the top right has the exact same options as the bottom half of the home page when you open the app...why take us there if the settings are ALWAYS in the top right corner?! Worst of all the newsletter discovery has been reduced so much I’m not sure why they didn’t just kill it with the other features they removed.

Sadly this is still one of the best newsletter readers in the App Store, but honestly....

Why can’t we choose: what screen we open to on the app, if we want dark or light mode and if we want swipe actions? If I find out you’re moving these features to Stoop Premium...

Rychdom ,

Really great!

I love Stoop and appreciate the continued work pushing out features.

I’m confused by the Pocket and Instapaper integrations, though. I’m unable to sign in to Instapaper via Stoop, which is especially frustrating given that I have the app installed and could just use the share sheet if it were available... Why not drop a share button into the webview and let us choose where we send things? As it stands I have to open the link in Safari, share to wherever, and then go back to Stoop.

Stoops “saved links” feature is very much in a beta state, which is fine, but it should be labeled as such. As-is, when I archive a link, one of the following occurs: the article is archived; a different article is archived; nothing happens.

App Privacy

The developer, Stoop, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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