Originally debuting on the iPhone and iPad two years ago, CloudMagic has gained a following for its clean and minimalist approach to managing email, focusing on simplicity and aesthetics. After eight months of development, CloudMagic Email ($20) has now arrived for Mac users. While it’s still at version 1.0 right now, it maintains the same “opinionated” approach that popularized the company’s iOS app — a clean and focused user interface designed to reduce clutter and help users be more productive. The Mac version supports the same list of account types as its iOS counterpart — iCloud, Gmail, Exchange, Google Apps, Outlook, Yahoo, Office 365, and generic IMAP — and account settings from the iOS version will sync to the Mac version, so if you’re already using CloudMagic on your iPhone or iPad, you should be ready to go on your Mac as soon as you install the app and sign in to your CloudMagic account.
Using its own intermediate server infrastructure, CloudMagic is also able to deliver push notifications for all types of email accounts — even those that don’t otherwise support them — and provides full OS X and iOS Handoff support, a unified inbox, quick filters, selective folder synchronization, and more. A collection of keyboard shortcuts help to navigate the app, and a Remote Wipe option helps to safeguard your data.