Avoid avoiding your email
My email notifications on my phone are almost always pushing 100, because simply checking them and organizing them isn’t as simple as I’d like it to be. With the standard email app, it’s hard to differentiate between which mailbox I’m looking at, where I need to go to flag it, and where I can go to find a saved message.
So, I’d rather just leave them unread and get to them once my patience and sanity can tolerate it. I was a proud, habitual email avoider until I got the chance to use Boxer and saw how they can eliminate the headache from mobile emailing.
Making email on the fly much easier
Integrated with mobile email, calendar, and contacts, Boxer is compatible with all iOS and Android devices and claims to be the most complete productivity solution mobile has ever seen.
Email: Email with Boxer is faster and smarter than the standard app that comes on the phone. There’s an option to bulk edit, add smart labels, and quickly respond without having to go one by one to each message. Users can literally control every aspect of your inbox, to make it seamless and quicker with your everyday use.
Calendar: Going from email to calendar to make an appointment isn’t the hardest thing to do, but takes up unnecessary time and may cause confusion. Boxer eliminates the entire need to go back and forth, and has a calendar that can be used without having to leave the app. So the next time someone asks if you’re free, you can answer quickly instead of trying to find the right calendar and day elsewhere.
Contacts: Like the “favorite” capability on iPhones, Boxer organizes your most popular and recent contacts so that they are easily accessible and just one click away when you need to contact them. No more scrolling through people you never talk to just to find the person you were talking to a day ago, as they will appear at the top.
Ditch your current app
If easier emails, smarter calendars, and quicker connections aren’t reason enough to ditch your current mail management system. Take into account that it is also compatible with a ton of other services including Facebook, Salesforce, and Evernote.
Just like it claims, Boxer provides a better way to take advantage of mobile productivity, and can be noticed within in seconds of downloading. But don’t just take my word for it, try it free for yourself.