Swingmail makes life more orderly by centering email, social media notifications and more within single dashboard

Over 100 billion emails are sent and received on any given day and three million messages are sent every 20 minutes on Facebook. While people receive copious amounts of information each day, it's hard to determine what's of use and what isn't, especially at that specific moment in time.

Cue Swingmail, a “minimalistic inbox that helps reduce information overload and clutter.” The companion app, named Swingbook, accesses the user's applications such as Gmail, Facebook and Twitter, and also their phone details including FaceTime. It then threads messages into a chat-like format based on contacts and levels of interaction with each person, bringing in those who've exchanged emails and messages before and on a more frequent basis.

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