Mailbox 2.0 is out for iOS with ‘Auto-swipe’ predictive archiving

Mailbox’s biggest update yet is out in the App Store. Version 2.0 of the iOS email app brings “Auto-swipe,” a feature that predicts which messages you might want to respond to in a while, which threads you’ve had enough of, and which messages you’ll send straight to the archive folder. “The app very quietly makes suggestions about improving what it does,” co-founder Gentry Underwood told The Verge earlier this month, “and when you choose one, you just made Mailbox smarter.”

It’s a feature in keeping with Mailbox’s original mission of helping you achieve inbox zero nirvana; the app works by helping you set reminders for important emails and encouraging you to archive everything unnecessary. Mailbox 2.0 also now uses Dropbox to sync…

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