Here’s Why And How Email Should Undergo A Major Makeover

January 7, 2015

“Bacn — email you subscribe to but don’t really want or read — is clogging the arteries of your inbox. It is a downpour of marketing offers, social notifications, shipping confirmations, and other messages from marketing automation platforms. Essentially, they are messages from robots… My hope is that email innovation will return ownership of the inbox back to people. Our time is too precious to spend it hitting delete, unsubscribing from lists, and shuffling old messages into folders. Let’s stop drowning in bacn and start dealing with it. –Dave Baggett, Founder, inky.com”

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5 Tech Tools That Make Work Better

August 26, 2014

“Inky includes useful tools such as one-click unsubscribe, maps for messages that contain addresses and ink drops that predict relevance, with lighter drops indicating a message will be less important to you.”

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Smart Email App Acts as your Assistant

June 24, 2014

“With Inky, you just enter the email address and the password. It does the rest.”

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Best iPhone and iPad Apps This Week

June 2, 2014

“Numerous apps are trying to tackle awful inboxes, but this one looks like it has promise.”

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Apple Fans Get Inky Email Client For iOS

May 31, 2014

“Inky is a next generation email client. It not only brings your email all together, but it also ranks it for relevance”

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Inky Mail for iPhone and iPad review: A unique approach to tackling mail

May 30, 2014

“The thing that makes Inky so unique is not only how it sorts your mail, but how it can sort what messages are actually relevant and important to you.”

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Inky’s Simple, Auto-Sorting Email Client Comes to iOS

May 29, 2014

“It has some nice features in tow, like one-tap unsubscribe, address mapping, package tracking, quick “canned” replies, and Dropbox integration. All of these work fairly well and make it feel like more than just an email client.”

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Inky Launches a Smarter Email Client for iOS That Sorts and Filters Your Email for You

“The company’s goal isn’t just to build a nice-looking alternative to the default Mail app, but to deliver a series of features that make your email inbox smarter, more efficient and more organized.”

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Inky Mail Offers Smart Email Organization on iOS

May 26, 2014

“Inky’s popular email client for Mac and Windows has extended to iOS devices, giving iPhone and iPad users a new option for organizing multiple email accounts into a single inbox. The platform offers a mix of standard email features, like sorting by author or message size, and Inky-specific tools, like the platform’s ability to measure an email based on relevance.”

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Email is Broken, How to Fix It

May 25, 2014

“Other approaches have placed an emphasis on clarity and productivity. There’s the simplified email interface of Inky.”

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Inky Offers a Fresh, Human take on Email

February 1, 2013

“I’d never found an email client that might woo me away from Apple’s Mail until I came across Arcode’s Inky. This cleverly designed app seems built around the way most people use email every day.”

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Inky Plans To Reinvent Email (For Real This Time)

December 27, 2012

“…working to deliver practical innovations that will make email more usable…”

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Inky Is a Simple, Smart Email Client that Focuses on Your Most Important Messages

December 26, 2012

“…a super simple interface with a focus on only the messages that matter to you.”

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Inky Founder Dave Baggett Interviewed By Mixergy

The founder of Inky, Dave Baggett, was recently interviewed by Andrew Warner, the founder of Mixergy.com. In the interview, Dave tells some of his story, including his time at Naughty Dog Software and ITA Software.

And of course Dave talks about his current venture, Inky. At one point in the interview Dave highlights one of Inky’s great features, Smart Views:

Inky helps you by filtering out what the intent of a message is, and what kind of message it is….we like to say is that we work well with Gmail, and we also happen to work well with everything else. So if you’re one of the three and a half billion people that has mail somewhere other than Gmail, we can give you the same kind of classification ability for your accounts too.

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