If you use Gmail and Google Inbox service then you are on the right page. For both services you can find client for mobile devices but the desktop client is missing. Wmail is a desktop application which fulfill this space and let you experience both mail services right on your desktop without any extra effort. Wmail adds loads of features that mail on the web misses making your mail feel right from your computer. It's easy to use, fast, opensource, cross-platform available for Linux, Windows, Mac and has all the features you're already using on the web.

Wmail supports all types of Google accounts. All you need to do is pick which type of account you want to add and sign in. Multiple Accounts: Wmail lets you instantly switch between your accounts. No waiting for pages to load, no multiple tabs. Desktop Notifications: Need to know when your mail arrives? Not a problem, Wmail presents a desktop notification whenever you get a new message. Unread badges: Just like all the other apps on your machine, Wmail shows you how many unread messages you have using badges. In seconds you can know if your inbox is full or at zero. Keyboard shortcuts & integration: Wmail works hard with Gmail and Google Inbox to support all the keyboard shortcuts, file drag drop and other native integrations you normally expect


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  • Gmail and Google Inbox support
  • Unlimited accounts support
  • Desktop notifications & unread counts
  • Hide and show the sidebar
  • An option for accounts not add unread count to app unread
  • Ability to set default download location
  • Custom account images
  • Open link in background appears in right click menu
  • Toggle menu bar Linux
  • Change your account color in the side menu
  • Notifications shows subject and sender
  • Option to disable notification sound or disable notifications completely
  • Notifications no longer trigger when you press mark as unread in gmail
  • Tray Icon: Unread count in tray icon
  • Menu and keyboard shortcuts
  • Drag & drop file support
  • Keep the app open on Linux after closing main window
  • Uses Chromium as a base

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