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    Default Humail: Disruptive 3D Message Flow E-mail Client

    Itunes: itms://itunes.apple.com/us/app/humail/id367269008?mt=8

    Humail is an alternative e-mail client for the iPhone that enables the user to live a more live, emotional and rich e-mail experience with the 3D message flow.

    With Humail users would be able to view their e-mail box as a traditional
    mail box with 3D rendered envelopes with various colors and designs.

    Following is highlight of Humail features and experience elements:

    Very intuitive elements and techniques that enable you scan your emails
    faster, more efficiently and with much fun.

    You can attach a different envelope for each of your contacts and decide
    how you want them to look in your inbox.

    Humail helps you easily recognize messages coming from contacts even in
    the crowd of the messages flowing to your mailbox. Pick the look of
    envelope that would be the most comforting for your eyes and that would
    mean the most to you about your contacts and enjoy them being so
    eye-catching and inviting in between messages from non-contacts.

    The message preview helps your sneak at the message without opening it,
    which would partially help you take your decision of opening, forwarding,
    replying, moving or deleting Once decided, you can take the action with the
    help of the glassy flying buttons.

    With one touch you'd see your envelopes rearranging themselves to only
    display the ones from contacts and to hide those from non-contacts for the
    time being. You can decide to see messages that only have attachments or
    the unread ones.

    One visit to this virtual all-new inbox helps you see all the new messages
    from all your mailboxes. Your all-new virtual inbox uses these lovely
    glassy-looking separators to help you navigate between the new messages
    from different accounts.

    If you have a photo assigned for a contact, whenever you receive a message
    from this contact his photo will always be a post stamp.

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