The developer says that the free app, which is now on version 1.2.0, has been significantly improved when it comes to email loading and syncing, and adds that it can now archive Gmail messages.
Users can also directly move messages to folders from the full-screen message view, select from the growing collection of background images to personalize their outbound emails and even see Facebook photo captions.
Incredimail launched in March and was well-received by a number of reviewers, including TabTimes. The app supports Gmail, Yahoo, iCloud, AOL and other email accounts (IMAP email accounts are supported, POP3 accounts are not), and boasts a number of excellent features. For instance, the app can show a snapshot of attached web links in the message and integrate with Facebook to attach profile photos to email contacts.
Version 1.0.5 of the app followed shortly after the launch and brought about the introduction of the ability to add a different personal signature to multiple email accounts.
Before launching Incredimail, which has received 250,000 downloads to date, Perion carried out a study into how much time iPad owners spend on email and found that two-thirds of these folk use their tablet to check email three times a day.