Mailbox Adds Support For Yahoo Mail, iCloud, Others

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Mailbox Adds Support For Yahoo Mail, iCloud, Others

The Dropbox owned company, Mailbox announced new integrations to its email service today. Users of Mailbox can now connect their Yahoo, iCloud, me.com, and mac.com email accounts. Mailbox users have been requesting Yahoo and iCloud support more than any other feature. Previously, it was just Gmail, but now with Yahoo Mail and iCloud support, more users are expected to start using this app.

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Mailbox came into the limelight when it was only an invite-only service. Many people signed-up with Mailbox and waited in a queue just to try out this app. Since then it attracted the eyes of Dropbox, and the popular cloud storage company acquired Mailbox.

With more email provider support, Mailbox is expected to gain ‘hundreds of millions of new people.’ Mailbox also says that “other email platforms coming soon.” So what’s next in the list? Support for Outlook.com, perhaps!

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