Sparrow Coming To The iPad: “We Are Preparing Something Bigger”

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Good news for fans of the popular Sparrow Mac/iPhone email client: the app is coming to the iPad. The makers of Sparrow have posted a new teaser page for their iPad app with the tagline, “We are preparing something bigger.”

Everyone is encouraged to enter their email and signup to know when the app will be released. No other details have been provided about the app. A jailbreak tweak

Sparrow caused quite the stir recently when it announced that it would have to charge users for push notifications on the iPhone. Sparrow is available in the Mac App Store for $10 and on the iPhone for $3.

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Sparrow For iPhone Gets New Features, Push Coming Later With Yearly Subscription

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Want push support in Sparrow for iPhone? You're going to have to pay extra for it.
Want push support in Sparrow for iPhone? You're going to have to pay extra for it.

Sparrow for iPhone — the third-party email client that has left Apple’s built-in Mail app redundant on my device — has received another major update today, which introduces a number of helpful features and quashes a handful of bugs.

One thing it doesn’t add, however, is that much-anticipated push support. That’s coming later, but you’ll have to pay for it.

Make Sparrow Your Default Mail Client & Introduce Push Notifications With Sparrow+ [Jailbreak]

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Sparrow+ fixes two of Sparrow's biggest issues.

Sparrow is possibly the best iPhone app I’ve purchased so far this year; it has completely replaced the built-in Mail client on my device. But it does have a couple things missing: It doesn’t yet support push notifications, and of course, it’s impossible to make it your iPhone’s default mail client.

However, a new tweak for jailbroken devices called Sparrow+ fixes both of these things.

Sparrow For iPhone 1.1 Brings Built-In Browser, Customizable Icon Badges, But Still No Push

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There's still no push in Sparrow 1.1, but Sparrow promises it's coming.
There's still no push in Sparrow 1.1, but Sparrow promises it's coming.

Sparrow for iPhone just got its first update since hitting the App Store last month, and it already brings several new features, including a built-in web browser, customizable icon badges, and clever archiving. There’s still no push function, however, Sparrow promises its coming, “with or without Apple.”

New Tweak Adds Push Notifications To Sparrow For iPhone Email App [Jailbreak]

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Sparrow Push brings badge notifications to the iPhone's newest email app.
Sparrow Push brings badge notifications to the iPhone's newest email app.

A new jailbreak tweak adds push notifications to the popular iPhone email app called Sparrow. We’ve already shown you a roundabout way to get push for Sparrow with the Boxcar app on a non-jailbroken iPhone, but you can now easily enable notifications with a Cydia tweak called Sparrow Push.

Add Push Notifications To Sparrow For iPhone Using BoxCar [How-To]

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Boxcar notifies you of almost anything, including email
Boxcar notifies you of almost anything, including email

Sparrow for iPhone is great. And I mean hands-down, why-the-hell-isn’t-Apple’s-mail-app-this-good? kind of way. I like it so much, in fact, that I am even using it pixel-doubled on my iPad.

But there’s just one problem: no push, and no notifications. To enable local notifications, Sparrow would have to store your e-mail login details on its servers, and deal with all the responsibility that that brings.

The first version of Sparrow for iPhone included a clever workaround to let it poll for mail in the background, but Apple crashed its ban-hammer down on this wrongful use of the network event APIs.

But there’s a workaround, using the excellent BoxCar app and some simple setting up of your Gmail account.

Last Chance to Save on Sparrow [Deals]

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It’s not often that you’re able to get “maximal” savings on such a “minimal” piece of software, and in many cases these kinds of things can just pass on by. But we’re not about to let this soon-to-be-ending Cult of Mac Deals offer fade off into the sunset without giving it one last look. So if you’re tired of the Mac native Mail.app (as many are) then there’s no time like the present to pick up the premier “get email done” application for the Mac, Sparrow before the special pricing gets so minimal that it disappears!

Sparrow For iPhone Is Everything You Could Possibly Want In iOS E-Mail [Review]

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Sparrow for iOS definitely doesn't disappoint.
Sparrow for iOS definitely doesn't disappoint.

There are a number of half-baked third-party email clients for the iPhone, but until now, there hasn’t been a real replacement for the iPhone’s built-in Mail app. Sparrow for iPhone finally changes that. It’s crammed full of terrific features that make Apple’s solution look pretty amateur, and yet it’s still incredibly easy to use. In fact, I think it’s just as spectacular as Sparrow for the Mac.