Inky's unique relevance view sorts your mail by how meaningful it is to you. Email messages from close contacts have a vibrant blue drop and flow to the top of your message list. Less important mail and spam appears faded and flows to the bottom.
Inky organizes your mail into smart views. Focus on mail from personal contacts, social sites, daily deal sites, and subscriptions separately.
Inky works with any IMAP or POP account. Forget about complicated port numbers and server names. Adding any number of accounts is a breeze with Inky’s automatic account discovery.
Inky's sorting and filtering is easy, requiring only two controls in comparison to the complex table layouts seen in other email clients.
Your mail provider stores your mail, and your mail never touches Inky's own servers. Inky runs on your computer so your email never goes through our network or computers.
You can always "go back" after trying Inky. In fact, you can switch back and forth between your providers' websites and Inky anytime. You can also add new accounts at any time.
All you need to add an email account to Inky is your email address and password. No need to engage in obscure computer science, like researching your port numbers.
Inky keeps your emails intact and in sync with your email provider. For example, if you read a work email message, and then go to the office, you will see that message is marked as read there as well.
Inky helps you make sure you send your email from the right accounts to the right person. Inky will suggest people to add to an email if you frequently include them in a group.
Inky lets you keep all your existing email addresses. No need to create a new email address to benefit from the latest email technology!
“Inky’s client software application isn’t just a nicer-looking email desktop experience, it’s also working to deliver practical innovations that will make email more usable...”
Sarah Perez, TechCrunch
Think about it. Email is a big part of our lives. But it's far from perfect.
Email is how you keep in touch with friends and family across the country. It's how you communicate at work and at home. Whether it's a message from your boss or your mom, email is the go-to way to communicate with those you know. Email is also how you receive your flight confirmations, your bank statements, and your shopping receipts and package tracking links.
Unfortunately, important messages are often hard to find among everything else that's crowding up your inbox today: daily deals, social notifications, special offers from your favorite stores, and the list goes on and on. Most people find themselves spending a lot more time on their email than they should.
Inky can make email better.
Inky saves you time by displaying all your email messages in one place sorted by relevance. As soon as you sign in for the first time, Inky goes to work figuring out what mail is important to you and helps you find it by placing it above all the other clutter. Inky is customizable and can sort and filter by all the usual criteria as well.
Whether you have one account or five, Inky provides a new, refreshingly simple interface to check all your mail. From one click unsubscribe to package tracking, Inky's smart tools help you get things done and get on with your life.
Inky represents a fresh take on email. Enjoy your email again.
Inky was built with care by Arcode, a privately-held company based in Bethesda, Maryland which was founded in 2010 by Dave Baggett (cofounder of ITA Software and cocreator of the Crash Bandicoot video game franchise).
The Arcode team consists of experts and Ph.D. researchers in many different fields, including artificial intelligence, natural language processing, machine learning, big data, low-level coding, computing infrastructure, computer languages, platforms, operations management, mobility optimization, and graphics.
Almost everyone on the team is a code jockey, contributing directly to Inky’s creation.
How much does Inky cost?
Do I need to create a new email address?
No. Inky works with your current email accounts. You can also add new accounts at any time.
Can your employees read my mail?
No. Your mail provider stores your mail, and your email never goes through our network or computers.
Will using Inky mess up my mail?
No. Inky keeps your emails intact and in sync with your email provider. For example, if you read a work email message, and then go to the office, you will see that the message is marked as read there as well. You can always “go back” after trying Inky. In fact, you can switch back and forth between your providers' web sites and Inky any time you want.
If I send mail using Inky, will it still look like it's coming from me?
Yes. When you compose a message, you can send it from any of your accounts. Messages sent using Inky look exactly the same as if you had sent them using your provider's web site.
Are my email passwords stored on Inky's servers?
Inky connects to your email providers and processes your mail on your machine. Your email data never passes through our servers. Inky stores your email passwords encrypted on our servers, but the decryption key is your Inky password. This means that no one -- not even Inky employees -- can access your data without knowing your password. This also means that you can have one Inky account for multiple computers because your information is transferred encrypted through the cloud.
I have questions and ideas about Inky. Let us know! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come join Inky's small but growing team working to revolutionize the email experience.
We are building Smart, Simple, Safe email tools and we need your help! We have a solid framework and computational engine and are looking for awesome full-stack programmers to help take things to the next level.
The Inky team prides itself on an open, no-meetings, programmer-centric, take-ownership culture while solving challenging problems and writing world class code.
Our headquarters is conveniently located in downtown Bethesda, Maryland. We are only a five minute walk from the DC metro.
Don't fit this description? Don't worry.
We are always looking for passionate people with a genuine interest in improving the email experience. If you think you can make a difference, send us your resume anyway.
Please send resumes to email@example.com (and more importantly, code samples!) if you're interested and wish to learn more about our vision.