Mail apps have been a huge topic of discussion lately. A few months ago Newton announced that it would be shutting down its apps on all platforms, while others such as Spark have recently been updated to support new features available on iOS and macOS. Today, Airmail is updating its Mac app with a slew of new features.

For the Mac app, Airmail now officially supports macOS Mojave, which means it works with the native Dark Mode, accent color layouts, and improves support for Voiceover and Omnifocus 3.

Similar to other Mail clients, Airmail is capable of syncing mail and login information via iCloud, making it easy to stay connected between devices.

For Gmail users, push email is a big pull to use a third-party app as the stock iOS and macOS mail app does not support push email, falling back to fetch.

Airmail for macOS is available on the Mac App Store for $9.99, while the iOS variant is available on the iOS App Store for $4.99.

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