For a few months now, the team behind Rowi Twitter have been teasing us with their forthcoming email client dubbed 'Maestro'. Running with the slogan "A better mail experience for Windows Phone 8.1", the app looks to shake up the native client on Windows Phone with a new, aesthetically pleasing one. In addition, we can expect a few more email tools for the addicts out there.
Today, the team has announced that the Maestro app for Windows Phone 8.1 is finally launching this Monday at 10 AM PT (1 PM ET). The app is considered a 'preview, so do not expect every feature to be enabled, as this is more about the core experience. Over the coming months, the team will add planned features and work with the community to improve the experience.
Initially, the app supports Gmail and Outlook, including multiple accounts.
A few weeks ago, a demo of Maestro was teased on YouTube. If you missed it, you may want to peek at it again, as you won't be able to see more of the app until this Monday.
We are of course putting the app through its paces and when it goes live in the Store, you can bet we will be the first to tell you! Stay tuned…
If you have not yet signed up for their email list, you can do so at maestroapp.com!
Source: @getmaestro (Twitter)
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