Spark 2.0 Launches for Mac and iOS With Support for Team Email

Readdle, the corporate in the back of the preferred Spark e mail consumer for Mac and iOS, these days introduced the release of Spark 2.0, a loose replace to the prevailing line of Spark apps.

Spark 2.0 continues to supply the similar function set for person customers, however it introduces a brand new collaborative e mail enjoy for groups.



Teams can use Spark 2.0 to speak about e mail the usage of non-public in-line conversations, percentage emails via e mail threads quite than forwarding, collaborate on emails, and create hyperlinks to e mail threads that may be shared in more than a few techniques with safety settings to keep an eye on who can view it.

In Spark 2.0 for Mac, there is a full-featured Calendar to be had to Spark for groups customers, and on iOS, there are third-party integrations for Reminders, 2Do, Omnifocus, Things, Wunderlist, Todoist, Asana, Trello, Bear, and Files.

Spark goes to proceed to be loose for all person customers and core workforce capability can be to be had without charge, however a price can be charged for groups who need upgraded options.

A top class Spark subscription for groups is priced at $7.99 per 30 days consistent with person, a price that comes with further garage for feedback and report sharing (5GB is to be had loose), 3 or extra collaborators for composing an e mail, top class buyer make stronger, complicated hyperlink sharing choices, and get right of entry to to admin settings and controls for the workforce.

Spark 2.0 will also be downloaded on iOS gadgets from the iOS App Store [Direct Link], and at the Mac from the Mac App Store. [Direct Link]

Tags: Readdle, Spark

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