Not long ago, we told you about Attachments.me, a service that connects Gmail to your Dropbox, Box or Google Drive accounts, giving you better control over your email attachments. Attachments.me is available also as an iPhone app, which just got a whole lot better.
The Attachments.me iPhone app quickly scans your Gmail inbox, and displays a full list of all your email attachments. The new version presents these attachments grouped by conversation, so you can easily find what you’re looking for. The newly revamped search can help you even further: You can now look for specific file types, as well as search by keyword or sender, with all searches performed inside documents as well.
Taking a general look, the app has been give a major redesign, and the interface is now slicker than ever, and very easy to master. With the new conversation view, you can send all the attachments from an email conversation directly to the cloud with a single tap. You can also create new emails through the app, attaching files from your Dropbox, Box or Google Drive accounts.
The new iPhone app holds up well by itself, but you can also get Attachments.me as a browser add-on for Firefox or Chrome. If you’re wondering about Android, the Attachments.me team is definitely thinking about it, but the actual release is probably a long way off.
Download the new Attachments.me iPhone app from the App Store. What do you think of the Attachments.me iPhone app? And the service in general?
Source: Attachments.me Blog
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