How private are mobile email clients?

Did you know that there are email clients out there that copy all your emails onto their own private servers? If their servers were to be compromised, your conversations may be leaked and can be read by everyone. Even if you were running your own mail server, using email clients that aren’t secure can pose …

How private is your email? Not very

Privacy has been a hot issue in recent years partially due to recent revelations with the NSA and spying concerns. A common question I get asked since I’m working on an e-mail startup myself is, “How private are my emails?” and “Can others read my emails?” The short answer: Your emails aren’t really that private and …

How To Bypass Gmail’s “Promotions” Tab

It can be a very frustrating experience when you spend hours crafting a new email for your marketing campaign only to have it get sent directly into Gmail’s “Promotion” tab rather than their main inbox. Here at SlideMail, we’ve developed an email client that uses many similar algorithms to be able to detect whether an email is …

It’s 2015, why does email still suck?

Email still kind of sucks. Some of you might not necessarily agree with me on that. Perhaps your email gets the job done and is good enough for you, but for many others, if you were to do a quick Google or Quora search, you’d still get numerous complaints of “why does email search still suck?” …

Update #1: Real time email syncing

The demo below shows the Apple iCloud email client running on the web with the SlideMail app running simultaneously on the simulator. Changes on the web are updated by SlideMail in real time. One of the design choices we made with SlideMail was that we wanted the service to be more secure and private which means all connections from the …