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  • Features
  • 3 Reminders
  • 2 Templates
  • 2 User bundles
  • 1 Account
  • Email support
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$5 / mo
$50 / year
  • Everything in Free, plus
  • 25 Reminders
  • 15 Templates
  • 15 User bundles
  • 1 Account
  • Email & phone support
Unlimited access to all DarwinMail features.
$9 / mo
$90 / year
  • Everything in Professional, plus
  • Unlimited reminders
  • Unlimited templates
  • Unlimited user bundles
  • Unlimited accounts
  • Advanced email & phone support
Reminders 3 25 Unlimited
Templates 2 15 Unlimited
User bundles 2 15 Unlimited
Multiple accounts 1 1 Unlimited
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Snooze emails
Bulk actions
Dark mode
Undo send
Swipe actions
No 'Sent using DarwinMail'
Signature editor
Custom backgrounds
Distraction free mode
Advanced keyboard shortcuts
Cross platform responsive web app
Mobile apps (coming soon)
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What is our Mission?

Hello and welcome to DarwinMail. I built DarwinMail because I was tired of wasting so much time managing my emails (which are also often my to-do's) on a daily basis.

I'd check my emails 30+ times, every day. It was demanding & nerve-racking. I knew there had to be a better way. I wanted email to work for me, instead of the other way around. DarwinMail is the result of this need.

DarwinMail is fast, elegant & simple. Become 5x more productive by using DarwinMail through multiple accounts, bundles, reminders, snoozing, templates, bulk actions, and more.

What data does DarwinMail access?
WE NEVER store the content of your emails. That belongs to you. Google has verified our compliance via a lengthy verification process. The criteria for passing this verification process may be found here. DarwinMail simply sits on top of Google's servers and displays your emails in a simplified manner while also providing you with many useful features.

The following is a list of the permissions DarwinMail requests when you log in for the first time.

  • Manage mailbox labels — this allows DarwinMail to add and remove labels (inbox, snoozed, spam, etc) to your emails.
  • Manage your sensitive mail settings — this allows DarwinMail to update settings such as your forwarding address and aliases.
  • Manage your basic mail settings — this allows DarwinMail to update settings such as your signature and out-of-office reply.
  • View and modify but not delete your email — this allows DarwinMail to create your email (when you use the compose functionality), modify your email, and send your email (when you click the send button). This also allows you to update and save drafts.

Please feel free to check out the official documentation from Google if you would like to learn more about the permissions that can be requested through the applications they support.

How does DarwinMail work?

DarwinMail's works in the following four steps:

  • The user logs into,
  • DarwinMail makes a login request to Google's servers,
  • Google logs the user in,
  • DarwinMail asks for the user's emails at which point this data is rendered in the user's browser.

None of the content of your emails is stored on DarwinMail's servers. There is no need! Think of all the space it would take up and the time that would be spent retrieving the data.

Google's API & servers do the heavy lifting. DarwinMail displays your emails in a simplified manner while providing many useful features.

The following is taken straight from Google's documentation describing the exact process.

"This document also explains how to implement OAuth 2.0 authorisation to access Google APIs from a JavaScript web application. OAuth 2.0 allows users to share specific data with an application while keeping their usernames, passwords, and other information private. For example, an application can use OAuth 2.0 to obtain permission from users to store files in their Google Drives.

This OAuth 2.0 flow is called the implicit grant flow. It is designed for applications that access APIs only while the user is present at the application. These applications are not able to store confidential information.

In this flow, your app opens a Google URL that uses query parameters to identify your app and the type of API access that the app requires. You can open the URL in the current browser window or a popup. The user can authenticate with Google and grant the requested permissions. Google then redirects the user back to your app.

The redirect includes an access token, which your app verifies and then uses to make API requests."

Please feel free to check out the official documentation from Google for further reading.

DarwinMail vs competitors
  • We will not sell your data, abuse our power or ignore your emails or requests.
  • We respect that all users have a voice, where each and every request, suggestion or concern is take seriously.
  • We have open lines of communication and always respond to each and every email with love ♥
  • The primary focus of DarwinMail is to make you more productive. 99% of changes are made with that end goal in mind.

We respond to every single communication - no matter what channel it was sent through.

We appreciate every single communication and try our very best to fulfill your request as soon as possible. At the end of the day, we want you to love DarwinMail as much as we love building it.

Can I use DarwinMail with Gmail?


DarwinMail and Gmail can be used side by side. If at any point, you decide to stop using DarwinMail, your Gmail Inbox will remain the same except for one difference: there will be five new labels created for DarwinMail - Done, Dustbin, Pinned, Reminders & Snoozed.

While in your Inbox, you can apply the Pinned, Snoozed & Starred labels to your emails.

The Pinned & Snoozed labels are custom DarwinMail labels (which are created when you first log into DarwinMail) that provide the following functionality.

  • Pinned is for emails you want to keep in your Inbox until you have dealt with them as they are a high priority.
    • Pinned emails cannot be marked as done or sent to the trash until the Pinned label is removed.
    • Pinned emails exist in your Inbox and in your Pinned label - which is accessible by clicking the switch at the top of your Inbox next to the search bar.
  • Snoozed allows you to hide emails until a later time and date, at which point they will reappear in your Inbox.
  • Starred is accessible via the sidebar and is for emails you don't want to forget about but they are not your priority right now.

PS: While Gmail implements similar functionality, they do not expose those operations via their API and so we have created a bespoke solution in DarwinMail to provide our own versions of the functionality.