Sun. Oct 25th, 2020

Superhuman is all about helping people to zip through their inbox twice as fast, so says the company. It also draws insights about your contacts from LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. It offers features including a calendar built into your inbox, timed reminders to follow up on emails, and send later options.

The desktop and iPhone app, which has a minimalist design, initially only worked with Gmail accounts and G Suite email addresses. By June 2019, there were more than 180,000 people on the waiting list and now there are said to be more than 350,000.

Email App Superhuman Includes A Cheaper Plan For Students Ans Teachers

Superhuman for Education costs $10 per month instead of the usual $30, and it’s open to those with active school email addresses. Now, it apparently supports school email addresses too.

A $10/month plan is much more palatable, and one that’s actually affordable for many students and educators. Don’t expect Superhuman to make that the standard pricing for everyone any time soon, though. CEO Rahul Vohra told TechCrunch that “Superhuman is priced correctly, especially for where we are today.”

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