The latest update to Mailbox brings some bug fixes. Most significant of these are the fixes for the reply and forward issues that have been plaguing the app's iPad edition.
But what makes this update notable is the addition of Mailbox's integration with App Links, which, according to Dropbox, lets you “interact with your emailed links right in the apps you already use and love.”click here.
Dropbox happens to be one of the first batch of partners for App Links. And now, the popular cloud storage company has accordingly implemented App Links in Mailbox, which it acquired just over a year ago. As a result, Mailbox can now automatically load a linked (and duly installed) app instead of that app's Web version.
Mailbox was previously updated to version 2.0 last month with a new Auto-swipe feature and Dropbox syncing for preferences across multiple devices.
Also last month, Mailbox was confirmed to be coming soon to Mac.
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