Newton Mail - Email App

Newton Mail - Email App

By CloudMagic, Inc.

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2013-10-30
  • Current Version: 10.0.14
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 161.19 MB
  • Developer: CloudMagic, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 16,166 Ratings


Newton is a subscription-based app that supercharges your email with power features like Read Receipts, Send Later, Undo Send, Connected Apps, Recap (Only English), Snooze, and more across iPhone, iPad, iPad Pro and Mac. Newton is available as an in-app subscription for $49.99/year. Get started with the no strings attached 14-day free trial and we say you’ll never look back. Works with Gmail, Exchange, Yahoo Mail, Hotmail/Outlook, iCloud, Google Apps, Office 365 and all IMAP accounts. Loved by critics, press and over 40,000 subscribers from across the globe. ● “Excellent option if you use multiple platforms, particularly if you value minimalism” - Nathan Ingram, Engadget ● “Newton is the email app that you will still be using five years from now.” - Jack Busch, Groovy Post ● “There’s Still Hope For Email” - Jared Newman, Fast Company ● “My favorite email app for Mac and the iPhone” - Lory Gil, iMore *Sign Up Once, Use Everywhere* Your Newton account to instantly access your email anytime, across ALL your devices - be it iPhone, iPad or Mac. Email preferences & settings are synced magically on every device, without having to set up your account all over again. *Why Newton is the only email app you need* ● Read Receipts - Get read-status for every email you send. Also get notified as soon as the email is read. Know exactly who read your email with individual mail tracking. ● Send Later - Schedule emails to be sent later and have them delivered to the recipient’s inbox at just the right moment. ● Tidy Inbox - Focus on emails that matter. Weed out newsletters and social media emails to another folder and make your inbox distraction-free. Think Gmail tabs for all email accounts. ● Snooze - Set your emails to come back to Inbox at a more convenient time. Snooze emails, not productivity. ● Connected Apps - Finish your workflow without leaving your email. Add important emails to your favorite productivity apps like Todoist, Evernote, OneNote, Pocket, Trello, Wunderlist, Instapaper & more. ● Undo Send - Pull back that email blunder you just sent. Especially useful when you’re on mobile and need to reply in a hurry. ● Recap - Recap automatically brings back conversations that are waiting for your reply or that need following up. It also covers other mails with due dates, reminders etc., so that nothing slips through the cracks. (Available only in English) ● Instant push notifications for ALL types of email - Gmail, Hotmail/Outlook, Exchange, Yahoo Mail, iCloud, Google Apps, Office 365 and any IMAP account. ● Save attachments to your favorite​ cloud storage service like Google Drive, Box, Dropbox, OneDrive etc. with ease. And... - 2-factor authentication - One-click Unsubscribe - Custom Inbox Swipes - Handoff - HTML signatures - Email Aliases - Print emails - Turn on/off Conversations - Touch ID - Custom Folder Sync - Spotlight Search - 3D Touch - Remote Wipe - Passcode Lock - Unified Inbox - Available in major languages ** Newton Mail has a companion in Newton Calendar. Download the app, and all your events/calendars will sync automatically. Works with Google and Exchange (EWS) calendars.** Newton is available as an in-app subscription for $49.99/year. Price may vary by location. The subscription automatically renews unless turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. It will be charged to your iTunes Account within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, with the subscription renewing at $49.99/year. You can manage your subscription and turn off auto-renewal by going to the Account Settings. Privacy Policy: Terms of Service:



  • Great design, but dicey privacy and customer support

    By levinels
    This is my favorite email app that I've used, probably next to the late Mailbox (RIP). Unfortunately, once I dug into their privacy policy and how they store your mail on their servers, I became uncomfortable with continuing to use it. I also moved over to using Proton Mail and unfortunately Newton doesn't support their IMAP bridge setup (presumably because Newton needs to route all the mail through THEIR servers). When I requested a refund of the app, their support team was unhelpful and callous. I eventually was able to get a refund by calling Apple directly. Again, great design. Really delightful stuff. Just wish the business side of things was better run.
  • Happy Customer

    By Babe Adhis
    I am so happy that the app is back and working and it makes checking all my email accounts easy because I can access them under one app.
  • Best email app EVER

    By Stricksc
    Fantastic email app
  • Garbage Support from a $50/year Email App

    By George Germanos
    I was a happy user of Newton and was very saddened to hear they were shutting down. Like many others, I was thrilled to hear they were back - however they no longer honored the discounted subscription pricing for old users. Support was incredibly unhelpful and pretty much told me I was SOL. Not a way to treat users, especially as the priciest email service on the App Store. Stay away if you expect support from a $50/year email service.
  • Really good app, unethical business dealings

    By MackPA
    I was lured into subscribing to Newton a while ago when they offered a half price deal. At the time, if I subscribed, I would only pay $25 per year as long as I continued to renew. Then I was notified that Newton was going out of business and they would refund part of my subscription fee. While I was disappointed that they had gone of business, I was treated fairly and had no complaint. Then I found out that Newton was back in business. Great! So, I figured that I could resubscribe at the previous rate that was offered to me. But alas, if I want to continue the service I have to pay full price. Basically, they didn’t like the deal that they offered to me so they just pulled the app off the market for a while and then try to get me to subscribe at twice the fee. Not a good recipe for customer loyalty.
  • Worth every penny!

    By doworksm
    This app is amazing! I love how customizable it is, yet not overwhelming. When I stopped using newton mail because I thought they were going out of business, I spent months trying to find the best email application that worked for all my devices. Hands down Newton mail is the best! I use multiple emails, and it keeps it tidy, and neat. I paid the subscription fee in a heart beat. It comes out to a little over $4 a month. That’s nothing compared to what you get. Plus their customer service is phenomenal. I had a question and they got back to me on the weekend! This is a must use!
  • Has Potential but missing some basic features

    By PastorGil
    There is a lot to like about Newton, but it can also be very frustrating. There is no way to view a message full screen on an iPad. I read a lot of email newsletters that are now compressed into just half of the screen. It is also not possible to add a contact from an email. Also, the user interface is so different on the Mac it feels like a different app. However, the features it does have seem to work well, and it has been very stable. I am a little worried about paying $50 and having the app go away again.
  • No unified Trash, Spam, etc.

    By HeresMyTwoCents
    Newton is a beautifully designed email app, make no mistake about it. All the fonts, colors, icons, spacing, etc. are perfectly chosen and very pleasing to the eye. It has wonderful functionality all around, and is a real pleasure to use… except for two major areas that bring my workflow to a screeching halt. While it does offer a unified Inbox, it does NOT offer a unified view across all your email accounts for your Trash folder, Sent emails, Spam, etc. This might not seem like a big deal, until you have seven different email accounts you have to keep track of. Then you find yourself constantly swiping back and forth all day long going in and out of seven different email accounts just to have to look in all these different folders. It’s a nightmare! This is one thing Spark handles flawlessly. Sadly, this missing feature cripples Newton for me. Newton also doesn’t provide the ability to eliminate certain email accounts from showing up in the unified Inbox. Again, this is crucial. My wife isn’t technically savvy, but she does need an email account, so I just keep an eye on her emails for her… but I do not want her emails clogging up my inbox. I just need them on my phone in her separate account. Unfortunately, Newton does not allow me to separate them out that way. It’s a real shame! I thought I had found the perfect email app, but I guess I’ll have to keep looking. So close, but not close enough.
  • Hands down the best email client I have ever used

    By engagethebrain
    I can’t fully explain why, but I am so much more productive using this email client. A few things I know for sure: It eliminates distractions with the clean design, the Super Chargers are done far better than equivalent versions of the same from other companies, and it works across so many platforms. I find my self looking for things less, thinking about what to do next less, because I know that when I give it a task it will be done correctly and reliably. It is worth every penny of $50 a year. The only suggestion would give is that they add the ability to have email templates, something I still have to use Spark for.
  • Terrible Privacy Policy

    An app that charges $50/year should not be using my data to target me with ads. “We may work with third-party social platforms, such as Facebook, to serve ads to you as part of a customized campaign” It’s a shame because I used to love this product and would pay again in a heartbeat, if they stuck to their original policy: "All the information we collect from you is only used to give you the best possible experience using Newton. We don’t run ads inside the product or sell data to make money. We’ve built a good product and charge our users a subscription to run the business."