Emberify introduced Inbox Zero v2 with the power of handling flagged emails. Inbox Zero lets in customers to cast off unread e mail as a reminder for later. It is an e-mail productiveness app with a snappy snooze choices for emails. It could also be featured in BBM Top Picks! It syncs in an instant with the hub. Press Release Pune, India (June fifth, 2015) – Emberify introduced Inbox Zero v2 with the power of handling flagged emails. Inbox Zero lets in customers to cast off unread e-mail as a reminder for later. It is an e mail productiveness app with a snappy snooze choices for emails. It could also be featured in BBM Top Picks! It syncs in an instant with the hub. Users can temporarily handle their emails thru Inbox Zero and set the unimportant ones for the longer term. This lets in customers to center of attention handiest on what is very important at this time. The update additionally brings in trojan horse fixes and better efficiency. Inbox Zero now has the power to allow the consumer handle flagged emails in a single position and upload reminders to them. Key options of Inbox Zero: Put off unread emails with a reminder for the longer term Manage flagged emails with reminders Pre-outlined reminders like lately night, the next day morning, weekend, subsequent week, subsequent month and even customized choices to be had Get popup reminders Built with adaptive topic Turbo Reader Integrated “With apps like Inbox via Gmail and Mailbox now not to be had for BlackBerry 10, Inbox Zero comes with local talents to spice up productiveness at the same time as syncing to the hub,” says Shashwat Pradhan, BlackBerry Elite Developer and the Founder of Emberify. Download Inbox Zero for BlackBerry 10
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