Sparrow 1.3 iPhone is available on the AppStore.

It now supports POP accounts.

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iOS 6 is confirmed for this monday’s WWDC. I’m pretty anxious to see what Apple will be announcing next to iOS 6 and how they improved iOS 6.


The creators of kickoff are finishing the 2.0 version of the application.

Pretty interested to see how they improved the application and what they bring with their iOS version of the app.



Dear Sparrowers,

Sparrow 1.2 for iPhone is here and comes with 4 new features:

Message navigation

You can now navigate all your mailbox messages simply by swiping up and down. When switching from a conversation to another, you’ll see a special separator clearly showing you’re swiping to a new conversation.

Edit and create folder/labels

You can now rename, create, delete all your labels and folders straight from within the app.

Landscape composing

You can now compose messages in landscape mode.

Fluent in 9 languages

Sparrow now speaks English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, Russian, and Chinese.

About Push

You were more than 16 000 helping us on our Apple quest to get the VoIP privilege.  We can’t thank you enough for your support. Unfortunately, Apple has confirmed that they are not willing to do any exception to the rule and that Sparrow will NOT be granted with the privilege.

This means we’ll have to do Push on our side and that it will be integrated as a yearly subscription into Sparrow’s future update.

You can grab Sparrow iPhone 1.2 here. Sparrow 1.6 for Mac is coming soon. Stay tuned.

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Analog Photoshop.

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If I would have asked customers what they wanted they would have answered: ‘A faster horse!’