Love Gmail? Mailplane makes it even better.
- Switch between accounts instantly. No need to sign-out and sign-in.
- Google Calendar is a perfect match for Gmail. Mailplane combines them in one app. No separate calendar set-up required and accepting an invitation intuitively switches to the correct calendar tab.
- Mailplane is a native OS X application and integrates naturally into OS X. Apple Mail like keyboard shortcuts, acting as default Mail Client, Mail PDF from Print Dialog, OS X Services, and much more.
- Enable great Gmail plugins on an account basis with a single click.
- Hide ads or apply a custom stylesheet.
- Resize images, compress directories or capture your screen and attach it to your message. No need to start another app.
- Don’t download attachments twice. Preview them with QuickLook.
- Mailplane’s notifier tells you everything about unread messages. It integrates with OS X notification center and the ‘Do Not Disturb’ mode allows you to stay focused.
- Mailplane talks to apps like Safari, iWork suite, iPhoto, Contacts, Evernote, Things, OmniFocus, Alfred, and Lyn.
- Mailplane has also an AppleScript interface to automate some of your daily workflows.
- Use active tab as Default Sender - Added option 'Use active tab' to Default Sender preference (Preferences > General). It does always use the account of the currently selected tab to compose messages (e.g., via mailto:).
- Block Google Calendar Alerts - 'Block Google Calendar Alerts' (Preferences... > Accounts > Advanced) suppresses notifications coming from Google Calendar. It helps to prevent getting notified multiple times for the same event (e.g., if the Apple's Calendar app is already notifying).
- Fixes and Improvements:
- Added 'Copy Email Address' for mailto: links to context menu
- Enabled 'Paste' context menu item
- Added 'Refresh' menu item for Google Inbox
- Refined 'Go to' menu for Google Inbox by adding Snoozed and Done menu items
- Updated WebKit to the same as Safari 10.0.1 is using
- Keep 'Save to OmniFocus' enabled if looked up via the Help menu
OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor