Mac Email App 'Spark' Gains New Smart Search Feature

Readdle's popular Spark email app expanded to the Mac late last year, and now the company has introduced a major update that brings a new Smart Search feature.

According to Readdle, there are several under-the-hood changes that have been made to enable the new search feature and to make it speedy. Smart Search is able to provide instant access to files and attachments as well as relevant search suggestions, all displayed in an intuitive UI.


Search queries are visualized with smart keywords to get to relevant results more quickly, and keywords can be customized to fit specific criteria like emails from the last week or emails with attachments. It also supports natural language, so searches like "show me emails from Eric from the last two weeks" will bring up the relevant content.

Along with the new search feature, today's update also includes syncing for snoozed emails, reduced CPU consumption, and improved memory and disk usage.

Spark for Mac is available for free from the Mac App Store starting today. [Direct Link]

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29 months ago
The app is free, but its use comes at the tremendous cost of your privacy. Read the Terms of Service! Readdle can (i.e., will) share (i.e., sell) your email to whomever (probably Google). NO THANKS
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29 months ago
I don't trust these email clients simply because almost every single one of them I've tried so far got discontinued or abandoned after a couple of years at most.
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29 months ago
I have OCD when it comes to my email. It drives me crazy that Spark for MacOS uses a non-default font/size for composing Gmail emails. Spark for iOS uses the standard Gmail font type/size. But for some reason Spark for MacOS uses a non-standard and it drives me crazy. I don't want to have to change and font manually every time I send out an email. I don't understand this design choice.
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29 months ago
My favourite email app both on macOS and iOS.
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