Name: Canary Mail for Mac
Release Date: 18 Feb 2017
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version:OS X 10.10 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
Web Site: https://canarymail.io/
Canary is an exciting new email client for Mac that offers a full set of powerful features with one key difference - your emails are not stored on a 3rd-party server. Every facet of Canary has been designed in accordance with our core philosophy of ensuring complete user privacy and offering reliable and snappy performance. Unlike other apps/services, using Canary is not contingent on providing access to your data.
・Read Tracking - Canary notifies you instantly when your email is read.
・Email Snooze - Declutter your Inbox in an instant and deal with emails at your convenience.
・Unified Inbox - Canary features a unified inbox and supports Gmail, Yahoo!, Outlook, FastMail and universal IMAP.
・Fully Local - Your emails are encrypted and stored locally and securely on your Mac, not on an online server.
・Gmail Labels and Filters - Canary supports labels and social/promotional email segregation that Gmail users love.
・Attachments Browser - Quickly find, download, and open every file that you've ever sent or received.
・Quick Reply - Compose at the speed of thought with inline replies and direct keyboard shortcuts for your favorite contacts.
・Powerful Search - Instantly find an email with powerful predicate-based search that works even when you're offline.
・Amazing Performance - Canary is engineered to offer an incredibly snappy user experience, with minimal CPU and RAM use.
What's New in Version 0.911:
・Get notification when an email is read
・Smart notifications - only receive notifications for important email, not bulk
・Much faster read notifications (previous read activity may not be visible)
・Cleaner thread list formatting
・Attachments may not be visible in certain emails
・New emails may not be synced in some situations
・Help > Email Us should always open Canary’s compose window
・iCloud sync between devices
・Attachment quicklook may load incorrect previewVarious stability fixes