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Mailbox reaches an incredible 50 million messages a day

The Mailbox effect is undoubtedly a success, the number of users who use the service and especially the users who wait to use it is growing every day. Since its launch it has not stopped reaping successes, and the idea of an email manager that works like a task manager is catching on among users. Today we are going to talk about the impressive number of emails that it processes every day, here we tell you all the details.

After all the commotion caused by Sparrow and its acquisition by Google, many users were anxiously awaiting the departure of a new email manager to take over. Then, after a long wait full of promises and expectations came Mailbox, the definitive mail manager for many. In Applesupportphonenumber we have already talked several times about Mailbox , we reviewed it thoroughly and also showed you how the queue works to test it.

Mailbox reaches an incredible 50 million messages a day
Mailbox reaches an incredible 50 million messages a day

Today we give you the news that Mailbox, the fashionable mail manager, processes 50 million messages a day, and it achieves this in only three weeks since its launch. Incredible numbers for an email manager, and surely this is due to the few decent alternatives that currently exist in the App Store.

The most significant and most controversial aspect of this application is the long wait to get into it and use it. Today the queue is over half a million users who are eager to try it out. Mailbox’s CEO, Gentry Underwood, presumes that not even Twitter reached these figures in three years. Still, the queue is still there, and it is important that they try to shorten this queue as soon as possible so that it doesn’t become endless.

The effect that Mailbox is creating is strong, however, many of us have become disillusioned with Mailbox after trying it . For others, however, the idea of managing their emails as tasks has delighted them, it’s all a matter of taste. And what did you think of Mailbox?