I've been using Mailbrew to keep up with Twitter peeps who don't post often, but whom I'd really hate to miss what they have to say. It's pretty awesome. In many ways, Twitter-over-email is the healthier twitter!
Enjoying @mailbrew. I can make little digest emails from RSS feeds and Twitter searches and subreddits and stuff. Supplementary to my reading habits, but fun and useful.
Christina Warren @ #GitHub Universe
I ran across @mailbrew tonight and it is awesome! You can create these customized digests using RSS for subreddits, YouTube channels, Twitter stuff and more that get sent to your inbox.
.@mailbrew sounds like something I was looking for a couple of years now. 🥰 Great idea, great product ✨
John ʕ꘠ ͟ʖ꘠ʔ Ford
I've a problem with email subscriptions.
But... after using @mailbrew (from those behind @unreadit & @getboxy) recently, I'm now way more in control of my inbox.
The product speaks for itself, but I'm even more impressed with the founders @linuz90 and @frankdilo - insanely talented duo. https://t.co/GrPGwR6aBJ
Mailbrew is such an inspiring example of a tiny team making a stellar (and I mean STELLAR) product. I hope they get a bajillion subscribers. Congrats on the launch, @frankdilo and @linuz90!
Want to receive a daily/weekly email digest from your favorite twitter accounts? Check out @mailbrew.
Sitting down with my coffee and catching up with the world by reading my @mailbrew is quickly becoming one of my favourite habits.
Stop checking countless apps, and start your day with beautiful digests delivering the best content from your favorite blogs, subreddits, Twitter accounts, YouTubers & more – right to your inbox.
hmm.... excited about @mailbrew. Potentially compelling way to carve through the clutter.
Damn, I hate newsletters (stopped using them for years) but @mailbrew might convince me to make myself a "daily brew" and stop checking twitter/reddit/news daily.
I'm using @mailbrew to keep in touch with the things I care about, away from the clutter of the internet. Highly recommended.
Interesting product - those specialising on one topic may find this useful: 'Create automated newsletters from multiple sources, and cure your feeds addiction’
Been using this product for a while and can confirm: it's the future for *actually* following feeds without going crazy🤯
Building my first personalised newsletter with @mailbrew – my favourite content from multiple sources, right to my inbox. Love this.
I’ve been trying @mailbrew out for a while now, and I created a weekly collection of long-form articles from great people and publications that I won't be losing in my noisy feeds anymore.
Just upgraded to @mailbrew Pro. It's an amazing service 🚀 Hope it will be the ultimate solution for me to stay away from social networks and to stop feeling overwhelmed by the news
Donnie Ray Jones
So excited about the @mailbrew app. This is exactly what I've been wanting for some time! I built up a few weekly newsletters that allow me to safely ignore the world every day. But there's no FOMO because I know I'll be updated every week in my inbox. Perfect!
How does it work?
Subscribe to newsletters with a special address, and get them in your digest.
Check out the Mailbrew dedicated Inbox page to browse them as a feed.
Not just newsletters. All your favorite sources in a single digest
With Mailbrew you'll be able to receive emails on your favorite topics, away from the clutter of the Internet.
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Digests with all you need
Get your daily email digest, and enjoy your favorite content away from the clutter of the Internet.
Unplug from feeds and relax
It's impossible to stay focused and productive, while scrolling feeds. Mailbrew is your feeds antidote.
Like an RSS reader, but better
We love RSS, and it's the heart of Mailbrew. You'll be able to add your favorite feeds and much more.