Spike e-Mail for Mac adds a new dark mode with a HTML newsletter conversion

Spike e-Mail is a popular email application for iOS, mac and the web. Spike e-Mail looks like an app such as iMessage or Facebook Messenger. A lot of my emails are short messages (a bit like text messages), and Spike built a design that helps make you more efficient. It eliminates such as headers, signatures, etc and help you to focus on the content. If you are using Spike e-Mail for Mac, to learn more about a new feature.

Spike e-Mail to add a dark mode on iOS last year, and now, the dark mode is now available on-the-Cob e-Mail for Mac. As you can expect, it supports auto theming based on the preferences of the device or you can manually set the mode of your choice.

One of the unique things that Spike e-Mail for Mac has added to its dark mode is the ability to auto-convert newsletters to a dark theme. One of the issues that I’ve noticed in the built-in email application for macOS is that it fights with the various e-mail newsletters. In spite of everything in dark mode, a lot of newsletters still appear as if you had the system on the light mode. Spike e-Mail for Mac is the first application that I’ve seen tackle this problem in a unique way.

As the years have passed, Apple Mail has become pretty stale when it comes to adding new features, and it has become less reliable. Spike the E-mail is one of those apps that feels like it’s fight against the e-mail in a unique way.

It is free to try, so check it out if you’re in search of a new type of e-mail application. It can be downloaded on iOS and macOS free. Spike is also available on the web, Android, and Windows if you are not entirely in the Apple ecosystem with all of your devices.

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One of the unique things that Spike e-Mail for Mac has added to its dark mode is the ability to auto-convert newsletters to a dark theme. One of the issues that I’ve noticed in the built-in email application for macOS is that it fights with the various e-mail newsletters. In spite of everything in dark mode, a lot of newsletters still appear as if you had the system on the light mode. Spike e-Mail for Mac is the first application that I’ve seen tackle this problem in a unique way.

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