Mail Pilot for Mac has come out of public beta and is now available for purchase in the Mac App Store at an introductory price of $9.99. Mail replacement apps for both iOS and Mac have made some progress lately and Mail Pilot doesn't fall short in feature set.
Even in Mail Pilot's public preview stage, it was one of my favorite alternative Mail apps for Mac mainly for the to do list features. While a lot of features of Mail Pilot are similar to that of clients such as Airmail, the ability to make separate to do lists and sort them has a lot of value for people that pull their tasks from emails.
Mail Pilot supports tons of account types including iCloud, Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, Rackspace, Outlook.com, and Google Apps. Your data is also never stored on any third party servers through Mail Pilot either, so if that's a concern for you, it doesn't have to be with Mail Pilot.
If you've been using Mail Pilot whether through the official Mac App Store version or beforehand with the public release, let us know what you've thought about it!
To celebrate the launch of Mail Pilot for Mac, the developers were kind enough to give us five codes to give away to you guys, our readers. All you have to do for a chance to win one is leave a comment telling us what mail client you currently use and why you want to try Mail Pilot instead. That's it, you're entered! We'll pick the winners on Monday, January 20th and email them a code of Mail Pilot for Mac.