The Newton Mail app was one of the only apps that had cross-platform usability without any issues. There are not many cross-platform Email management apps. In September 2018, Newton Mail project was closed due to lack of funding and the stiff competition from the giants like Google and Microsoft. Now, Essential smartphones are resurrecting the project, and Newton Mail is back from the grave. The company has bought dead Newton app in December and announced that they are bringing it again with a lot of features.
Newton mail died in September due to the stiff competition from Heavily funded competitors. After the project was closed, Essential bought the app, and now they are launching it with refreshed look and features. Just like it was before the shutdown in September, Newton Mail is going to be live for Android, iOS, Windows and Mac operating systems. Essential has decided to keep the pricing to $4.99/- per month and a 14-days trial period. Even though the smartphone maker owns the Email app, there are no announced discounts for the Essential smartphone owners as the experts expected it.
Newton is a great email option, but the availability of the Gmail and Outlook for free of cost is luring the email users. Unlike Microsoft, Newton provides cross-platform availability on iOS, Mac, Windows, and Android devices. CloudMagic, who was the developer of Newton app discontinued the development citing unsuccessful attempts to assess profitability and long-term growth for the app. It’s time to check if Newton app does better than before or follow the path of CloudMagic to die once again.