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Incredimail Update Brings Support For Moving Messages And Personal Signatures

Incredimail, the iPad-optimized email client that we here at AppAdvice has dubbed "Flipboard for email" and hailed as our App of the Week honorable mention following its release last month, has just received an update. Incredimail is an app that seeks to re-imagine how you read and manage your email. We've likened the app to Flipboard since it presents email messages in a layout reminiscent of that of the popular personalized magazine app (which, by the way, has just been updated to version 2.0). But along with its magazine-like interface comes a bevy of useful features. Most importantly, Incredimail supports Gmail, Yahoo!, iCloud, AOL, and any other IMAP email account. And it supports any number of email accounts, for that matter. What's more, it provides a unified inbox for all of your accounts. As for the app's magazine layout, with it, most notably, Incredimail allows you to easily preview messages and the various media types that they may contain. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. As mentioned, Incredimail has just received a new update. The update brings a couple of the most requested features for the app. One, the update adds the ability to move messages between folders. Now, you can move a single message or even multiple messages from one folder to another by going to Edit mode. And two, the update adds support for personal signatures. With this, you can now specify a signature for each of your accounts or create a single signature to use for all of them. The latest update to Incredimail also includes miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements. Compatible with iPad running iOS 6.0 or later, Incredimail is available in the App Store for free. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
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