Power e-mail users have a new iPhone option to help them sort through and organize their correspondence.
GoodHumans’ new eMailGanizer app—available both in pro and free ad-supported versions—has arrived in the iOS App Store. The offering is aimed at sales professionals, money managers, Getting Things Done (GTD) practitioners, and—in the developer’s words—“anybody with dozens, if not hundreds, of e-mail folders.”
GoodHumans says the app makes it easier to organize messages because it identifies and displays folders most likely to be relevant to the current e-mail. A “quick mode” function allows multiple e-mails to be filed simultaneously; users can also add events directly from mail to the iPhone calendar, and do full-text searches of their mail offline.
The app requires users to have an existing IMAP e-mail account; it works with Gmail and most other exchange servers, but is not compatible with Hotmail.
The pro version of eMailGanizer costs $5; both pro and free versions are compatible with devices running iOS 4.2 or later.