Orchestra CEO Gentry Underwood is a busy man these days; his company launched its new iPhone email app Mailbox () on Thursday. But Underwood still managed to find some time to speak with Macworld about the app, its rollout, and the company’s plans for profitability.
Mailbox aims to be a true replacement for Apple’s built-in iOS Mail app. From your inbox, you can swipe on messages to archive them, delete them, or snooze them. That last feature hides a message from your inbox for now, but brings it to the forefront again after an amount of time you specify. That way, it’s easier to get to Inbox Zero, and messages pop up later, when you’re better prepared to act on