Today I'm happy to announce the release of Mochila Mail for iOS.
You can already sign up for beta testing, and we'll let you have a test run and let us know what you think about Mochila.
Website is in Retina and non-retina.
Finally, an email client that puts you on top of things.
Check it out: Mochila Website
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8 months ago
Well, overall I really like your style and your concept. But I get the impression that mail clients are becoming the new weather apps. I know, flat and simple is really trendy at the moment, but you made a few things that could be avoided without much work.
First, in your screenshot you should really show more than one message. Especially for a microsite! The screenshot should look like something, which already works and not like a straight out of photoshop thingy. I think it's not enough to just vary the timestamps.
Also (and I can just talk about what I see) I am asking myself if there is anything else except the inbox? I don't see a back button or anything similar.
Last point so far: The submit button on your microsite is 1px off in the y-axis in my Safari :)
Sorry for the criticism. I don't want to sell your design short. I really like your approach and just want to help you make it better. Your style is really great and clean, keep it up! Looking forward to test the app!
this is awesomely neat and clean, great work @Victor Erixon :)
I LOVE the minimal look! great shot Victor :)
@Moritz v. V. Well this is not remotely close to a weather app. And I don't see where you're going if weather apps have patented a clean look. We're creating a simple email client that uses a lot of iPhone interaction. There'll hardly be any buttons, it will mostly be swiping. And if you read my description it says that the email items will be replaced with testimonials, that's why I am inviting you guys from Dribbble right now. Thanks for pointing out the safari error!
I notice when you type in your email address and hit the ok button it becomes off-line.
Also, I would have liked to see more work in the preview rather than the same email line after line.
But other than that, I'm excited to try out the App
@Victor Erixon Oh, I'm sorry, must have overlooked the testimonial part.
As for the weather apps: Of course they haven't patented the simple look. As I already said: I really like the look of your app! You did a great job. I just saw many mail clients in the last months on Dribbble, that's why I mentioned the weather apps. Not a bad thing ;) So it is really great to see that you are actually building the app! Mail clients are one of the hardest apps to conceptualize. So you are absolutely right that they have nothing in common with weather apps.
Again: Sorry if my statement was a bit too harsh. You did a remarkable job.
Wow, looking great Victor! How did you make that awesome subscribe form? Is the code available on GitHub?
Can't wait to try it :)
@Joe Norton Thanks for notifying, we're on it right now!
@Ari It's made by my back-ender :-)
@Jean-Marc Denis @Waseem Arshad » Thanks guys!
Really nice job! But the submit-button is 1px off, using chrome on Mountain Lion. http://d.pr/i/Bme8
Really love the simple look!
Proxima Nova is the new Helvetica Neue?
@jonathan olsen Thanks! :)
@Ari The Subscribe is done with Ruby on Rails using the gibbon gem to connect to mailchimp. Contact Andrew Zimmer on Twitter for the code.
@Victor Erixon No problem! When will we be able to get the beta?
Good job man, hope we're not in a fight no more. Sorry about that.
Great Job @Victor Erixon
Thank you so much - it looks so amazingly clean!
When does the beta testing start btw?
@Finn @Joe Norton Probably in the next two months. Help spread the word!
Sounds really promising. Cant wait to try it!
Looks great! I'm pretty excited to try out as well.
Amazing! Finally I can ditch Sparrow and give this a spin!
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