The mobile interface of the Mailer app. View the attachment for bigger size.
The top bar has only two buttons: The logo and the “compose” icon.
When tapping on the logo you are redirected to the inbox. When you want to pull new mail you don’t pull down to refresh; you just tap on the logo and it fetches new mail.
The icon on the right (currently “compose”), changes according to the screen you’re on. So if you’re viewing an email, the button will be “reply”.
Tomorrow I’ll show the functionality of the main menu (as well as where it’s located). Stay tuned!
Mailer on Twitter: @rnailerapp
almost 2 years ago
Love it! Looking very clean. I want to try it!
@Andrew Korytsev thanks man, glad you like it. I tried to focus on usability and remove any unnecessary elements
It looks perfect, so stylish! If you're going to do beta tests, I'm applying! (I'm iOS dev too)
Thanks @Jan Bačík! Yeah, when that stage arrives we’ll open for beta. Stay tuned on Twitter: @rnailerapp
NICE ! ;)
Excellent work man, really like this.
over 1 year ago
Love the serif font for the inbox. Gives this a different, more sophisticated look that most other mail apps.
This looks awesome! I want to try this app in the future!
2 questions. Will it do push notifications? And does it do more than just gmail?
about 1 year ago
@Eddy Gann Unfortunately the project has been halted (most likely will be cancelled). Back in June 2012, there was a “gap” in the email apps market, with the acquisition of the titan Sparrow, by Google. Because of the lack of man power (only me) and my lack of back-end knowledge (Gmail API) + advanced Objective-C programming, development was slow, until I hit too big roadblocks for me to do it by myself.
8 months later, email apps are popping like mushrooms. Evomail, dotMail, Mochila, just to name a few. The amount of work required to get a good email app up and running is enormous; In the end, I don’t want it becoming just another email app, which is exactly what it will end up as, given the enormous growth that email apps have seen in the past few months.
@Alex Cican it's understandable.
I was very upset when sparrow was acquired. It was so close to being the perfect mail app for iOS. Ever since, I have been waiting for something. That's why I was asking about your app. I can only imagine the development work that it would take to make this app a reality..
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