Install Wmail, a Gmail client for Ubuntu Linux. Wmail is a desktop client for Gmail & Google Inbox on Ubuntu Systems. Wmail brings the Gmail & Google Inbox experience to Linux Ubuntu desktop in a neatly packaged app.
Wmail adds loads of features that mail on the web misses making your mail feel right at home on your computer. It’s easy to use, fast and has all the features you’re already enjoying on the web. Wmail supports desktop notifications, unread badge, tray icon, windows support, keyboard shortcuts, file drag & drop and spellchecking. It can also support unlimited accounts.
- Support for Gmail & Google Inbox – Wmail supports all types of Google accounts. All you need to do is pick which type of account you want to add and sign in
- Multiple Accounts – Wmail lets you instantly switch between your accounts. No waiting for pages to load, no multiple tabs.
- Desktop Notifications – Need to know when your mail arrives? Not a problem, Wmail presents a desktop notification whenever you get a new message
- Unread badges – Just like all the other apps on your machine, Wmail shows you how many unread messages you have using badges. In seconds you can know if your inbox is full or at zero.
- Cross Platform Support – Wmail works on OSX, Windows and Linux straight out the box. There’s no reason why you need to type gmail.com into your browser ever again.
- Keyboard shortcuts & integration – Wmail works hard with Gmail and Google Inbox to support all the keyboard shortcuts, file drag drop and other native integrations you normally expect
Download & Install Wmail
Wmail V1.3.4 is the latest pre-release. This release fixes quite a few bugs with 1.3.2 in particular some nasty performance issues and memory leaks. If you’re using version 1.3.2 I highly recommend upgrading to this release!
- Added Cmd+0 accelerator for resetting font size
- Added Copy Link Address to Context Menu
- Fixed tray icon when dark mode is enabled OS X
- Fixed tray icon needlessly redrawing updates when there were no updates to draw
- Fixed some performance bottlenecks and memory leaks to address bugs introduced in the previous version. (Thanks to everyone who reported those in issues #201 #207)
- Fixed adding custom account icon
- Fixed Context Menu positioning
Download Wmail – http://thomas101.github.io/wmail/
Once downloaded, simply run the Wmail application. To run it on Linux Ubuntu, extract the downloaded folder and double click on the “WMail” exe file.
Wmail is open source. It’s hosted, developed and maintained on GitHub