Uncomplex’s Gmail client, Mailplane has been updated with support for Gmail’s recently launched Priority Inbox feature, a new ‘unseen’ message counter, some minor bug fixes, and more. Mailplane, a dedicated Gmail customer utilizes WebKit to offer the client the native Gmail interface in a standalone program. Customers will get benefits from utilizing Gmail with web browser-like labels, conversation views, Google Talk and those of a standalone email client like as integration with OS X, and Dock icon notifications.
Along with version 2.2, currently, Mailplane assists Gmail’s Priority Inbox, a new feature which divides their inbox into three sections, including “Important and unread,” “Starred”, and “Everything else”, and arranges their incoming emails into the most appropriate section. Customers of Mailplane 2.2 can choose their Priority Inbox as their default inbox.
Mailplane has a feature which is known as Rapportive. It takes a place the sponsored links which customers can see on the right-hand of the client with useful contact information. For example, when they see a conversation, Rapportive demonstrates their contact’s data from Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and other sites. Additionally, the price of Mailplane is $25, and it is powered on OS X 10.4 or higher.