Take Control of Your Email: Product Review


Clean website, stimulating explainer video, killer idea.

This service is more than useful; it’s a necessity.

In case you were worried about giving this new service access to your email, let us tell give you the 411.

This app is worth it

Step 1: Let Unroll.Me access your subscriptions to digests, newsletters, sales, etc.
If you’re anything like us, you’ll find things in that list you don’t even remember signing up for.

Step 2: Sort through the list, choosing to either unsubscribe from that sender or move it into a daily digest called a “rollup.”

Step 3: Choose when you want to receive your rollup: morning, afternoon or evening.

Step 4: Sit back and let Unroll.Me give you control back over your inbox. Don’t forget to check your rollup each day for deals, newsletters and mail you might have missed. *Bonus feature: Access any of your archived rollups through the website, which sorts your subscriptions into categories like news and shopping.

But Unroll.Me doesn’t stop there. This thorough services notifies you when you have been added to a new email list, and allows you to manage your subscriptions at any time on the website.

A gooismile

This is definitely a gooisocial-approved service. Check out how it stacked up against our highly advanced rating system.



Clean lines, minimal colors, the appearance screams simplicity.



Like we said before, this is a must-have service. If you’re getting bogged down by email subscriptions, Unroll.Me is for you.



This service is very simple, so naturally it should function pretty well. We’re leaving this half a star short because our rollup was delivered in the morning, even though we specified we’d prefer an afternoon delivery.



Unroll.Me has made good use of video, their website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and sponsorships to explain this simple yet effective service. The only thing we would’ve liked to see advertised more is in regards to privacy. Only in their privacy policy do they state what they do and don’t collect while perusing through our inboxes.

We want to know our cookies will stay in the jar, if you know what we mean.

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