Tab for Gmail
Developer: Elon Wu
Current Version: 1.2
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 637.5 KB - Download
The ease and simplicity of Gmail, in your menubar.
- Access your email with "1 click" from your menubar
- Email notifications with customizable audio alerts (via Notification Centre, Mountain Lion only)
- Read your mail with threaded conversations
- Organize your mail by archiving, labeling, starring, deleting and reporting spam
- Search through all your mail quickly - now with predictions as you type
- See profile pictures as part of the conversation
- Auto-complete contact names as you type from your Google contacts
- Respond to Google Calendar invites right from the app
- Send and receive attachments
- Resizable tab window, easily increase/decrease the tab window to your liking
- Mobile & desktop mode, you can easily alternate between modes
- Undock Tab for Gmail from the menubar
- Gorgeous retina graphics
- Stealth mode, adjust the transparency of the tab with the opacity control slider. Use stealth mode to secretively check your emails and chats without anyone else noticing
- Link management, choose to open links within the app or in your default browser
- And much more: Regular free updates, standard hotkeys (like 'Cmd + R' to refresh), customisable tab colour, opacity control, launch on startup, etc
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- Improvements and bug fixes
Most Helpful Reviews
Finally... - …a gmail app that works extremely well. Thanks! ***one thing: links don't work
DOESNT WORK - THIS DOESNT WORK. SMH
More Reviews for Current Version
It won't let me switch accounts - When I try to add a second account, it opens in a browser window. Please fix.
Needs a few fixes. - Turning up the opacity makes scrolling lag tremendously, to the point where the inbox will look like it's ghosting unless you cut the opacity back to 0%. Additionally, there's no way to send attachments; neither mobile nor desktop mode support this, with desktop mode practically crashing every time the option is selected. It's a good app, but it has its faults.