Unroll.me has redesigned its innovative email program which organizes and prioritizes your emails. The free program, available to Gmail users, compiles your daily deals, social networking updates, and newsletter e-mails, and sends you a one-email-a-day digest. Users can also unsubscribe to unwanted email through unroll.me in one simple click.
Gray Mail — a term used to describe solicited bulk email messages that don’t fit the definition of email spam– is now 82% of all e-mail, and sifting through it now takes the average person more than a half-hour each day. Unroll.me eliminates much of this congestion and enables people to see only important emails from friends, family, and business associates.
“I started unroll.me out of a need to organize my own inbox. I was inundated with unwanted emails and had to create a service that would get rid of them” said founder Josh Rosenwald. “Unroll.me is a free and easy solution to simplifying your inbox.”
Unroll.me was developed by Josh Rosenwald in 2011 to eliminate email inbox clutter. Unroll.me is a free service offered to Gmail, Google, and Yahoo email users and serves as a way to organize and prioritize the daily influx of emails. For more information, please visit www.unroll.me