Evomail+ For iOS 7 Delivers New Design & Lots Of New Features

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The team behind Evomail, a popular third-party mail client for iOS, today released Evomail+, a new version of its app designed for iOS 7. In addition to a beautiful new design, the new release adds a whole host of new features, including customizable gestures, filtering tools, and Dropbox and Box.net integration.

Oh, and like it’s predecessor, it’s completely free.

As you can see from the image above, Evomail+ looks great under iOS 7. Its clean and clutter-free interface makes managing even the busiest of inboxes a much more enjoyable task, and when you couple that with the new features, you have a pretty feature-filled mail client that does it all.

Evomail+’s new interface is gesture-based, and its one and only button provides quick and easy access to things like reply and forward. “With the re-design of Evomail+ we focused on streamlining the user’s experience by creating the One Button, a single blue button that adapts to contextually fit within its environment allowing for faster navigation of your inbox and messages,” explained Dominic Flask, co-founder and chief designer.

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You can also customize the gestures, so swiping to the right might archive a message or mark it as read, while swiping to the left might label or delete it — you decide.

Then there’s EvoCloud, a new propriety server that aims to improve the Evomail+ experience by improving push notifications and helping to eliminate bugs. EvoCloud automatically searches for new mail in real-time, so you no longer have to open up the app and fetch it manually.

There are lots of other new features, which you can read about on the Evomail blog by following the link below. Overall, Evomail+ is a huge improvement over its predecessor. If you’re looking for a terrific third-party mail client that won’t cost you a penny, it’s well worth a look.

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Killian BellKillian Bell is a staff writer based in the U.K. He has an interest in all things tech and also covers Android over at CultofAndroid.com. You can follow him on Twitter via @killianbell.

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