Spark has been updated with support for avatars, account hiding, and more
What you need to know
- Spark for Mac, iPhone, and iPad have all received updates..
- Avatars are now supported on Mac.
- A new feature makes it easier to resend emails to new recipients.
Popular email app Spark has received updates to its iPhone, iPad, and Mac versions today. They're all available to download from their respective App Stores now.
Starting with the Mac version of Spark, users can now enable avatars if that's something they're into. This is a feature that was added to iPhone and iPad during the fall, but now it's available to everyone.
All versions of Spark also now have a feature called Send Again. It does exactly what you'd imagine and allows users to send existing emails to new recipients without having to do the old copy and paste dance. It's a feature that not everyone will use, but if you do, you're probably going to enjoy it very much.
Also coming to all versions of Spark is the ability to hide accounts from the unified inbox. Why? This is what the team at Spark has to say.
Makes sense, right?
You can download Spark for free from the App Store and Mac App Store now.
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