Mailbox, the highly anticipated email management app from Orchestra launched today. The app is designed to work with Gmail + iPhone and uses a simple design that incorporates intuitive touch gestures.

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A quick swipe to the right removes emails from the inbox and archives them, while a longer slide deletes them. A swipe to the left activates a “Snooze” function, which puts emails out of sight and out of mind until later, and drag gestures make reorganization of the inbox a simple task.

Mailbox is a mobile-first email experience that challenges the archaic assumptions about how email should work and reimagines the inbox for a world on the go. It’s a new way of looking at your email, but when you use Mailbox for the first time, we believe you’ll say “of course.”

Because the Mailbox app received an overwhelming amount of interest after it was announced in December, a reservation system was implemented to handle demand and to prevent server overload.

Reservations are currently being filled on a first-come first served basis. Users that have not already signed up to use Mailbox can download the app to reserve a spot in line. Users who did reserve a spot can enter reservation information into the app, and all users can see their place in line in real time. At this time, there are no estimates on how long the wait to use the app might be.

Mailbox is a free app that can be downloaded from the App Store. [Direct Link]

Hype-ware.
This is awesome! Makes me realize how many improvements could be made throughout iOS. . Can’t wait for 7!
Come on MacRumors, two links to it’s appshopper page, and not a single link to the app’s own website (http://www.mailboxapp.com/)?

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