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Unroll.me Unclutters Inboxes For Gmail Users

[ 0 ] Oct. 15, 2012 | SBO Editor

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 founded one year ago in New York City.  Rosenwald attends school in Brooklyn.  For more information or to sign up to unroll.me, visit the website www.unroll.me.

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

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