Rambox is an open-source tool which organises multiple messaging and email services into a single Electron-based application.
The program opens with bookmark-type icons for 90+ supported services: Flock, Gmail, Hangouts, Hootsuite, Hushmail, iCloud Mail, ICQ, LinkedIn Messaging, Outlook, Outlook 365, Pushbullet, Skype, Slack, SquirrelMail, Steam Chat, TweetDeck, WhatsApp, Yahoo! Mail, Yahoo! Messenger, Zimbra and more (you can add custom services, too).
Click a service and you can add it as a tab. These tabs may be grouped and reordered to help you organise and switch between them.
Rambox can be left running in the background, optionally minimising to your system tray. When there's something new to check, a native desktop notification lets you know. If the program is open anyway, a badge appears in the tab to raise the alert. And if you're busy and don't need any of this, a "Don't Disturb" feature disables all sounds and notifications.
Rambox may be password-protected, ensuring snoopers can't launch it and access all your messages. It's also possible to lock the program if you'll be away for a while.
Rambox is available for Windows, Mac and Linux. Even better, if you set it up on one system, you can sync your settings with other devices, allowing you to switch between computers without any hassle at all.
What's new in 0.7.4 (see changelog for more)?
- Update Electron to 7.1.12.
- Fixed: Camera & microphone permissions on MacOS.
- Notarization of MacOS app.
- Fixed: Regex URL: Rambox allows http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:xxxx but doesn't allow https://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:xxxx.
- Fixed: Google Voice - Unable to Sign In.
- Fixed: Proxy issue (Electron 7.1.1 bug).
- Improvement: Reload service when it fails at loading.
An easier way to organise and work with multiple email and messaging apps, smartly designed and highly configurable.