Kiwi for Gmail is simple and elegant in all the best ways. It's also fast, reliable and a Gmail user's dream.

It is awesome! I have tried Kiwi for Gmail lite version for the last month and today I just bought the full version.

Getting started with Kiwi is super simple.

I am loving Kiwi. So when are you making a Windows version?

Kiwi is a fantastic desktop experience for Gmail, and offers the most True-to-Google experience available on the Mac. Their multiple account support, notifications, and Zen switch adds a layer to Gmail that isn't easily achieved in the browser, without sacrificing all the Gmail features many of us have grown to love.

I'm SO excited and happy with the results and I've been telling all my friends. I love, love, love this app!

If you're a Gmail user, and especially if you use multiple Gmail/Google accounts, Kiwi is by far the best Mac app available.

@KiwiforGmail is kind of changing my life.

The Kiwi for Gmail app offers a pure Gmail experience from the comfort and convenience of your desktop.

Awesome, thanks! Loving the app!

Kiwi only does Gmail, and it does it well. Using Kiwi, you'll be able to access many of the features you've already come to know and love.

Between @KiwiforGmail (Just paid up) & @sunrise I'm happier than ever with my email and calendaring apps. #NerdOut #Cheers #GreatApps

Can't miss app.

@KiwiforGmail works great. If you're on Gmail that is.

With support for multiple email accounts (including Google Apps), notifications, Hangouts, Google Drive attachments, it comes pretty darn close to feeling like a native app from Google itself.

Kiwi for Gmail #app Gmail into a full-powered desktop email client.

They delivered on their promises and gave so much more.

Loving the program!

I've been on the lookout for an app that would bring Gmail to my desktop in the same way that Outlook has done for more than a decade.

Love the program!

Working with email is a pleasure, and combines all the great elements of Gmail on my desktop.

I really love @KiwiforGmail -- a full-featured Gmail app for the Mac. Invaluable in helping me launch orglyapp.com

They have delivered in exceptional ways ... Everything is easily presented and integrated into the app.

.@KiwiforGmail awesome @gmail app! Only thing preventing me fully switching is the lack of @sidekick and other extensions. #productivity

Kiwi for Gmail has easily become my go-to-place for communication. Speeding up management and use of both email, calendar, and drive, it has easily become an essential part of my business work. It's spreading throughout our organization, and has become the primary app that we recommend to entrepreneurs and small business.

If you use Gmail with Mac, @KiwiforGmail is the way to go! Finally, a reliable client.

Kiwi for Gmail brings Gmail right to your desktop and gives you a great way to access the popular email service from your Mac.

If you would rather have a great desktop client for Gmail, @KiwiforGmail may be perfect for you!

The app supports Gmail's familiar web interface, and adds many Mac-specific features to it, including a handy quick-access menu that can be called upon at any time.

Highly recommend @KiwiforGmail, a Gmail app for the Mac. Multiple account support works great. Finally, a (working) native Gmail client!

Welcome to Gmail, for the Mac

Freed from the browser

Gmail is powerful. As a well-designed email client, it has no equal.

No one wants to use Gmail in the browser on a phone. But that's our only choice on the desktop. Until now.

The only true email client for Gmail.

Do one thing - and do it really, really well.

We're Apple fans, and we obsessed over every detail. We spent two years designing new technology that implements Gmail very differently from the browser or browser-clone apps. The result is a true email client, not a trimmed down browser.

Radically different from Mail, Outlook, and every other email client

We don't dilute the Gmail experience. Tailored specifically to bring the full power and richness of Gmail to life, rather than watering it down to fit in one-size-fits-all email clients.

  • powerful search
  • labels
  • keyboard shortcuts
  • filters
  • stars
  • chat
  • drive
  • inline buttons
  • google calendar
  • labs
  • priority inbox
  • buckets
  • important flags
  • archive
  • huge attachments

The Inbox

Everything works. Every Gmail feature. Every detail.

The Compose Window

Simple, Clean, and Light.

The Dropdown

For quick access.

  • 1  Menubar shows total new messages in all accounts.
  • 2  Open a new message without going to your inbox.
  • 3  Get to any inbox in a click.
  • 4  Show count for all unread, important-only, or turn off completely to have a Quiet Account.

Gestures

Never use the back or forward buttons again.

Navigate your email with ease.

Gmail as your Default Email Client

It's the simple things that make it seamless.

When you click an email address on the web or share by email, Gmail will open. Not Mail, not Outlook - Gmail.

Reliable Multiple Accounts

All in one place, with just one click.

Important-Only Notifications

Gmail's important flags are unique. Watch us use them to filter the noise of email, like no one else can.

The Zen Switch

Temporarily shut out all the noise of email.

Hide email counts, badges, and notifications until tomorrow. You'll still get notifications from other apps - just not email. Focus, without cutting off the outside world.

Send HUGE Attachments

The simplest and quickest way to send big files. Period.

  • 1  Open a message
  • 2  Hit the Drive button
  • 3  Drag it on

Outside the browser, Google Drive is suddenly your best friend.

Coming Soon: Gmail Plugins

A slice of awesome on the way.

One of the great things about Gmail is the third-party plugins many have made for it. We're already hard at work integrating many of these into Kiwi for Gmail.

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