Meanwhile, the anti-tracking tech will “automatically block all check out invoices from ad targeters attempting to monitor your e-mail behavior,” according to Edison.
While Onmail aims to be a privacy oriented email system, Edison’s existing iOS app recently denied some users of their personal privacy in a magnificent fashion
Onmail will be simple and “extremely fast,” according to Edison, while coming in a totally free individual version or three service subscription prepares varying from $5 to $20 per month.
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