Unroll.Me , a free subscription service aimed at managing personal and corporate e-mails is a brainchild of Josh Rosenwald and Jojo Hedaya. The custom made app provides a simple way to put an end to unwanted e-mail subscriptions, while at the same time, providing a personalized organized overview of the important messages.
The service works by giving daily information on the user’s subscriptions. Additionally, it rolls up the user’s inbox in such a way that the emails are organized according to priority. Each new message is rolled up and automatically placed in a specified rollup category. The result is a pleasantly clean and organized inbox.
Since its inception, Unroll.Me has attracted millions of users across the world. Majority of subscribers appreciate the amazing efficiency, with which the service manages the user’s email unsubscribe process. The app has become a sure way for subscribers to regain control of their inbox. The simplicity of the app is a major contributing factor to its fast uptake.
Recently, Unroll.Me integrated their e-mail management app with Android. The most effectively meant that the subscribers could manage their e-mail subscriptions from their phones through the newly launched Android app. The process is simple-all you need to do is to connect your account and unsubscribe from unwanted subscriptions, then roll up the rest.
Jojo Hedaya, the Chief Executive Officer of Unroll.Me hailed the new innovation, which was first released on iOS as a great idea to make e-mail management an exciting activity. To add a newsletter to their daily Rollup, the users will only be required to swipe up. They will also simply swipe left to unsubscribe from unwanted subscriptions.
“ I believe that this is the most simple and exciting way to maintain a cleaner inbox,” said the CEO.
According to the CEO, an ordinary user will have over 62 subscriptions upon sign up. Additionally, the app will enable all users to manage their subscriptions and read their Rollup. According to Hedaya, the move is not, in any way, an attempt to replace the conventional e-mail client.
According to Chris Lin, the Chief Privacy Officer of Unroll.Me, the company has put stringent measures to safeguard subscribers’ personal data.