Ginger Labs, the makers of Notability, have released Twobird, a brand-new email client for iOS, macOS, Windows and Android.
Notability is a well-known note-taking application for both iOS and macOS. The app receives generally good reviews and won Apple’s Editors’ Choice award. One of the reasons for Ginger Labs’ success is its focus on intuitive design, combined with powerful features.
Now the company is taking that approach to email, with the release of Twobird. The app is designed for modern users, combining email with notes, reminders, lists and more. The app also helps streamline email, hiding things like signatures and formatting that can serve as more of a distraction than useful information.
In what may be its most innovative addition, Twobird includes live collaboration.
“Share a Twobird note and transform a shopping list into a party planner,” reads the app’s release notes. “Assign tasks, make edits, leave comments and discuss changes with everyone involved.
“Shared notes are nested inside your email so you can see everyone’s ideas come together, in real time.”
The app currently only works with Gmail-powered email, although the company plans on supporting more services in the future. Individuals concerned with privacy will appreciate Twobird’s emphasis on protecting privacy, including actively blocking pixel tracking. The company is also committed to never seeing or sharing users’ personal data.
With the recent announcement that Newton Mail is back from the dead, and now Ginger Labs’ release of Twobird, this is an excellent time for email programs, and promises continued innovation within the market.