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| November 21, 2013
Boxer 4.0 Features iPad Support, iOS 7 Improvements, Evernote Integration And More
The popular gesture-based email app Boxer has finally gone universal through its latest update. Originally called Taskbox, Boxer was launched in October last year as an app optimized for iPhone and iPod touch only. But with the arrival of its 4.0 update, it has just been optimized for and made natively compatible with iPad as well. Sure enough, like the original Boxer for iPhone and iPod touch, Boxer for iPad lets you use simple swipe gestures to quickly respond to new email messages and triage your inbox with a variety of actions. But it does so, of course, while taking advantage of the larger screen of the iPad. It also offers an interface that, like that of its smaller-screen counterpart, is designed for iOS 7, with Dynamic Type support and improved email message rendering. [caption id="attachment_488309" align="aligncenter" width="320"] Boxer[/caption] Apart from universal support and enhanced iOS 7 compatibility, Boxer 4.0 features integration with Evernote to "send emails to Evernote with a tap" and with SaneBox to "keep your email organized." Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 6.0 or later, Boxer 4.0 is available now in the App Store as a free update for existing users. For new users, it's available as a new download priced at $0.99, down from the app's previous price of $5.99. Boxer received its previous major update a month ago. That update added the ability to respond to calendar invitations from the inbox, background fetching of email messages, and notifications for non-Gmail accounts. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]