There are several enhancements in Airmail 2.1. The app has a new layout for the message composer, and now supports Fantastical 2. When you add a Gmail account to Airmail, you can now view threaded conversations in Gmail accounts. Items can now also be sent to the app's extension.
You can see all of the changes and improvements in the list below:
- New Icon
- New Composer Layout
- New Sort menu shortcuts
- New Gmail Threads (New Accounts Only )
- New Fantastical 2 Support
- New "Send To extension""
- New Permanently deleted form trash
- New Save attachments as
- New Move Thread behavior
- New Import accounts
- Improved Printing/Pdf Multiple messages
- Improved Privacy (prevent execute some scripting)
- Improved Operations
- Improved Reminders and Calendars (multiple events)
- Improved plugins handling
- Improved case sensitive accounts.
- Improved Gestures
- Improved Drafts
- Improved Send and Send again
- Improved Search (New Accounts Only )
- Improved Search in quoted Messages
- Fix Quick reply mapped correctly
- Fix Mark as read bug
- Fix Hangs
- Fix Crashes related to the message display
- Fixed Cancel on Send Delay
- Reverted ToDo, Memo, Done Layout
- Removed Local Flags
- Removed Menu on Message list
You can grab Airmail 2.1 from the Mac App Store right now. The app is on sale for a limited time for $9.99, 50% off its normal price of $19.99. For more on Airmail 2, be sure to check out our full app review.
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