All Apple devices have a number of native applications. Applications that range from a calendar with an agenda where we can write down everything we need, a notepad, reminders, an email management application (Mail). Applications that we can find on both iOS devices and Mac with OS X, something quite interesting since they also offer synchronization between devices, a synchronization that will be even greater with the arrival of OS X Yosemite.
Mail is one of the applications that we can use the most in our day to day, but it is true that there are many other solutions that can prevent its use. The first of these solutions are the web interfaces of the mail providers, we avoid downloading all the emails to our Mac but in exchange we will have to enter the managers through the internet; the other solution goes through third-party mail management applications. One of these is Mailbox, an email manager that was born in the iOS ecosystem in high demand from users, and now Comes in the form of a public Beta for OS X.
Mailbox is a different mail management app, since it allows us to treat all our emails through gestures, something quite interesting in iOS but that does not convince me at all in OS X, although the truth works quite well. You have to know that we are facing a public Beta, a Beta that was launched a few weeks ago for some beta testers and that is now being released to the public to collect all the errors it may have and improve it for the final version, so it is very It's probably that you find some other error in the operation of the same.
I have used Mailbox a lot but I do see the problem that it only allows a Gmail or iCloud email managementIf you need to manage the one from other sources, you will not be able to and that is why I have used the Mail application again (which will certainly improve with OS X Yosemite very soon). Of course, you do not lose anything by test the application on OS X, especially if you liked how it works on iOS.