Inky Review

Arcode Corporation, Inc.


Inky is a good-looking email client designed to offer an alternative to Outlook. It offers a free and a paid version, both with a one-time setup for all your devices, desktop and mobile: it could be the perfect choice if you work across many platforms. Being dead simple to use, all you have to do is install it, create an Inky account and add your email accounts entering username and password. Nothing else. Inky syncs automatically your accounts from all your devices, no settings needed.

This email client frees you from the hassle of setting up POP and IMAP settings. Inky is able to index and keep your inboxes organized with a powerful search feature, an impressive auto-tagging tool, a robust filtering message types system, and a clear interface. Tags, advanced sorting, grouping, filtering and custom mailboxes features help you find, manage and prioritize all your messages as you need even when you’re offline. As you start using it, Inky immediately organizes your messages into specific mailboxes like Personal, Attachments, and Subscriptions. Any personalization and customization will be available on all your devices simultaneously.

Inky can show your emails in order of importance: on the top of your list, you’ll find messages from your close contacts and spam messages will appear faded at the bottom of the interface. Besides, Inky helps you send emails from the right account to the proper contact thanks to the smart sending feature.

The service servers encrypt all your data, downloading email directly from your providers. Inky is available for Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android. You can choose to use Inky free, working only with iCloud, Gmail, and Outlook account, or upgrade to Inky Pro account you can use with your business IMAP email account, Exchange, Google Apps and Office 365. Inky Pro is available via monthly subscription service: $5 per user per month.


Inky ensures you can work on all your email accounts on every device from one unified interface. It’s so easy to use you don’t have to set up POP and IMAP settings, it offers a great mailbox organization but can be expensive.

Usabilty: 8 /10 Speed: 7.5 /10 Features: 8 /10 Support: 7 /10 Pricing: 6.5 /10

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