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|Last commit||over 2 years ago|
|Repo Created||almost 4 years ago|
|Repo Last Updated||over 1 year ago|
|Organization / Author||thomas101|
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The missing desktop client for Gmail & Google Inbox. Bringing the online Gmail & Google Inbox experience to your desktop in a neatly packaged app. WMail was created to make your webmail feel right at home on your laptop or computer. It keeps the best of Gmail and Google Inbox whilst adding all those extra bits that you miss when using them in a web browser.
WMail is now Wavebox! Wavebox adds support for much more than just e-mail. Google Inbox, Gmail, Outlook, Office 365, Slack, Trello & Any Web link and everything you love about WMail.
We hope that you'll give Wavebox a try and love it as much as we love developing it!
Find out more about WMail becoming Wavebox
Visit Wavebox on Github
Check out our swanky new website at wavebox.io
Read more about what's happening at on the Wavebox blog
This release contains a number of fixes over the previous version. This release continues to contain some beta features such as services. If you're upgrading from the prerelease channel it's recommended that you use this version
This release contains a number of fixes over the previous version. If you're upgrading from the prerelease channel you should upgrade to version 2.3.1 to continue using some of the new features such as services.
This release contains some fixes over the previous prerelease. A huge thanks to everyone who`s been reporting bugs and raising pull requests! Some features (such as services) have not yet made it into the release channel and continue to be prerelease only.
libappindicator1for linux distributions that still use version
Cmd+Ctrl+}global shortcuts to switch accounts in a similar way to chrome (Thanks to @theRealWardo for the pull request)