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At a Glance

Unibox, with its unconventional take on email, stands out from a crowd of look-alike email clients.

Price when rated: $10

Pros

  • Beautiful, novel, intelligent design
  • Seamless setup

Cons

  • So-so searching
  • A few design flaws
  • No POP support

At a Glance

Mail Pilot takes a unique approach to email that may help you finally get to inbox zero.

Price when rated: $20

Pros

  • Beautiful design in a polished, friendly program

Cons

  • Some features still in the works
  • A “walled garden” approach to your messages
  • Built entirely around one particular way of handling email
Price when rated: $30.00

Pros

  • Clean, orderly interface
  • Powerful search and filtering features

Cons

  • No POP or Exchange support
  • Designed for power users

At a Glance

Airmail is a great-looking email client, and does a few things quite well, but it has a few annoying quirks that may make you wait until they are resolved.

Price when rated: $2

Pros

  • Looks nice
  • Easy to set up

Cons

  • No help manual
  • A few design quirks
Price when rated: $10
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