MailTab for Gmail - Email Client

Developer: FIPLAB Ltd

Current Version: 7.8

Last Updated: 9 months ago

Download Size: 4.3 MB - Download



MailTab for Gmail is the ideal app for instantly accessing your Gmail account without having to open your web browser. Download it for free and benefit from visual and audio mail notifications, quick access to your inbox and the ability to respond to mails at lightning speed.

After downloading, simply click on the MailTab icon in the top menu bar whenever you want to check your Gmail account and you will be presented with a beautiful little window containing the Gmail mobile interface.

MailTab for Gmail allows you to overcome email overload by increasing the speed at which you can access and respond to your emails.

For OS X Lion users, we have now added in-app purchases to allow you to unlock extra features such as opacity control, desktop mode with chat and removal of advertisements.

We've spent a great deal of time thinking about the details and after using this app for a few days, you'll begin to notice our small yet creative touches. We plan on a very active development cycle, so please spread the word and keep sending us your feedback!

Helpful Hint:

Open the Preferences menu to configure settings such as Notifications, Appearance and more.

Legal Note:

- MailTab Pro is a 3rd party application for Gmail and is in no way endorsed or affiliated with Google Inc.

- Gmail and the Google Logo are trademarks of Google Inc.


Release Notes:

- Speed Optimizations
- Bug fixes


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 7.7
Review by iTonyMac

Great App: Very Helpful, Saves Time... - Very helpful app. Saves time not having to open a browser to access Gmail. *** Note to developer *** I would GLADLY pay extra, upgrade, etc. --> IF there was an option to "Check All" or "Select All". That would make it SOOOO much easier to clean out my inbox. There is an iPhone app that has that built in. They are using the mobile verion of Gmail, just like you are, so I know it can be done. Their app is called iMailG. Thanks for a great app. ** Update: 5-17-16: I still use this app every day. I still love it. I couldn’t live without it. Well, I probably could live, it would just be more inconvenient. Having to open Gmail in a browser takes so long, it is a huge waste of time. This saves so much time, I really appreciate it. I rarely write any reviews, but this one is worth it.

Found helpful by 10 out of 10 people
Version 0
Review by aristoxenus

Gross & spammy - They harvested my email address that I used to sign into my gmail account, and used it to sign me up to their email list!! D**k move, totally gross. The app itself looks like it was designed 6 years ago.

Found helpful by 10 out of 13 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 7.8
Review by TopcowRaven

works well - app works well, occassional message pops up for other services but too be expected for free, would recommend.

Found helpful by 5 out of 6 people
Version 7.8
Review by Juliette 19

hacked!!!! - DO NOT PURCHASE!!! right after I purchased this app my gmail got hacked by an andriod phone do not purchase!!!!

Found helpful by 4 out of 5 people
Version 7.8
Review by Ornery Butterfly

Nice! - Good Email app, very useful and happy that I downloaded it for my Mac book air.

Found helpful by 2 out of 4 people
Version 7.8
Review by thepitcherb3

okay for casual use - I’m not thrilled with the stock mail app on the macbook air (you do’t need to save 10,000 drafts every time I write an email) so I thought I’d try this out. It works like a phone app but on your desktop. It’s nice that it’s out of the way, especially if you are using Outlook on your machine for work, etc as your primary email. But if you have to actually craft a thoughtful or professional email, it’s not really designed for that.

Found helpful by 1 out of 2 people
Version 7.8
Review by iReview2010

Massive memory leaks - Prepare for your Mac’s fan to start spinning up because of this app. It’s a useful app, and I paid for the full version, but this issue definitely needs to be addressed. Otherwise you have to quit the app after you check mail, which defeats the purpose of a background app.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people