I’ll admit, I’m guilt of using the email app Newton (formally CloudMagic). It’s a premium email client for iOS, Android, and Mac that lets you access all of your email addresses by logging into one, single account stored on Newton’s servers. It’s just stupid convenient to punch in one email address and one password to instantly log into five inboxes. There’s also a whole suite of features like Read Receipts, Snooze, Send Later, Superchargers, and more.  Now, the service is getting even more convenient as it’s formally arriving as a Windows 10 app in a closed beta.

Via a blog post, Newton has announced the ability of the beta version of their official Windows client which is downloadable via the Windows Store, therefore allowing all Windows 10 users to run it on their PC. Currently, only Newton subscribers can test it, but if you’re not a member, why try testing it anyway?

As of now, a lot of Newton’s unique features are missing, including Read Receipts, Snooze, Send Later, Superchargers, and more. Luckily, push notifications and auto-inbox-refresh are here despite originally being absent. In addition, a super clean UI similar to that of the Mac app’s is also present to make managing your email easy.

You’ll have to be running at least the Windows 10 Anniversary Update in order to use the Newton email app, and if you are, you can download the beta here. Newton says more features will be added over time so stay tuned.

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Posted by Max Buondonno

Founder and executive editor at Matridox (formally MBEDDED). I've also founded and am the sitting CEO at MBEDDED Media, a new kind of media company. Lover of anything and everything involving technology. I know CSS and basic HTML to an extent. Writer, blogger, critic, coder, and self-certified genius. Oh, and I'm told I'm a legend, if that means anything to you.

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  1. […] Back in May, Newton announced the availability of a beta version of their email client for Windows. Since then, the app has been in development and today, the developers behind the service formally launched the client for Microsoft’s OS via the Windows Store. It’s available for download now for free. […]

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