• 08May

    Most people’s emails are often crowded due to too many unnecessary subscriptions. These subscriptions often have numerous emails which end up filling the inbox and burying essential emails. With the current economy many people are looking for ways to save money, and these subscriptions are one way to get amazing deals. It, therefore, becomes difficult for one to unsubscribe from specific promotions despite their inboxes being filled by emails. In addition to these promotions, political subscriptions also add to the clutter. Many people want to know what goes on in the political scene and subscribe to informatory emails which add to the heap that is already there. Luckily, some apps have been designed to take care of such problems and keep the inbox tidy.The first app is Unroll.me which enables one to unsubscribe from all subscriptions with a single click by displaying all of them on screen. The app utilizes a web interface to achieve this. The procedure to follow is simple as one only has to visit Unroll.me and log in with their emails. A list of all subscriptions will appear with different options. One can either unsubscribe, leave the subscriptions in the inbox, or add them to Rollup. For unsubscribe, it only requires a single click, and everything will be sorted out. The Rollup is an assembly of all subscriptions into a single mail which will then appear at the time the user desires. The Rollup can even be set to appear once a month. Another similar app is Unlistr which also arranges the inbox. After signing in, Unlistr gives a list of folders or an inbox to clean. After that, the folder selected is scanned and a list of emails that you want to be unsubscribed from. There are two options to either keep the email or unsubscribe from it. One should be careful before deciding to keep a subscription because once it is chosen, Unlistr does not scan it in the future. Android users and IOS users enjoy the app free of charge. Unsubscriber is yet another app and as the name suggests it unsubscribes from emails from the comfort of the inbox. There is no need for downloading the app and loading it.

    https://techcrunch.com/2017/10/31/unroll-me-android/

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