While it is a well thought up and important system developed by humans, mail has always been a bit of a messy business. In the modern world the advent of electronic mail or as it is more commonly known Email was made in order to avoid the mess of ordinary mailing system, however, it came with a mess of its own. This was in the form of unwanted junk or spam mail. While this junk or spam mail doesn’t exactly result in any form clogging but it can be quite inconvenient and undesirable. It has been observed that on average one person making use of email services can have at the very least 62 subscriptions all which result in a massive load of spam or junk mail.
In 2011 this very problem was addressed, and a solution was offered in the form of unroll me. Unroll me is an email subscription management service. This service was originally made for computer users only but due to the recent development of a mobile app by the same company, people who use Android devices for their day to day mailing business will also be able to reap its benefits. The service is easy enough to navigate and allows you to terminate unwanted subscriptions and in turn clearing out the junk mail created by them. In addition to this highly useful service, it also compiles the rest of your subscriptions and information related to them in an orderly fashion so you can sort them out conveniently.
It also has a built-in capability to recognize if some of your subscriptions are more important than the others and carefully places them in a specified high priority folder. Despite making the jump to the Android platform, unroll me did take a cut in the number of people it could reach due to not being able to match he GDPR requirements recently set in Europe, actively terminating all the unroll me accounts of people in the European continent. However, despite this dip unroll me still remains a highly popular and convenient service in use by a wide range of people.