There are a lot of pundits out there who say that email is dead and dying. I totally disagree. There will likely be a need to send an electronic letter or memo from one place to another outside of a social networking setting for quite some time.
Organizing your inbox isn’t always easy. Email comes from a number of different sources, and most individuals have two or more accounts. It’s for this reason that I really like applications like Inky. It’s a Windows app that helps you take control of your inbox.
Inky helps organize your inbox and saves you time by displaying all your email messages in one place. It sorts them by relevance. As soon as you sign in for the first time, Inky goes to work figuring out what mail is important to you and helps you find it by prominently displaying it. Inky is customizable and can sort and filter using any criteria.
Whether you have one account or five, Inky provides a new, refreshingly simple interface to check all your mail. From one click unsubscribe to package tracking, Inky’s smart tools help you get things done and get on with your life.
Inky is a decent email client that does simply an ok job. It’s very simple and easy to use and if you’ve used an iPad or a Windows tablet recently, then you should be pretty familiar with Inky. Its interface is similar to those.
The biggest problem I had with Inky is that while it pulled the headers for all of the mail in the one account that I used to test the app with, it couldn’t or wouldn’t pull the full message. It made working with the program nearly impossible.
The app also doesn’t do much to help you get to “Inbox-Zero” or a fully, empty inbox where all of your email is addressed. The of the relevance filters didn’t work well on my MSN email address. I’m not certain why.
The app isn’t bad, and the price is definitely right. However there wasn’t a lot here that made me want to keep it.