If you use Gmail or Yahoo you have to try unroll.me
Unroll.me is the free and easy way to end unwanted subscriptions and rollup the rest into an organised overview made just for you.
When I saw a post on Google+ about this new app that makes it easier to be in control of newsletter subscriptions, unsubscribe in seconds and get all newsletters delivered in one single hit, I had to give it a go!
I was actually looking for an app just like this. I had recently begun to clean up my inbox, creating rules to send all my "junk mail" that I still like to read, to a different folder to read later. But I only did a few, realising quickly that I had a lot of subscriptions! I enjoy reading about all the special offers and sales, but just not when it's delivered to me 20 times a day, and interupting me from important tasks.
This is where unroll.me is really handy. You start off by entering either a gmail or yahoo email address (I think there's others on the way) and then allow the app to access your gmail or yahoo inbox.
From there the App starts collating all of your regular newsletter subscriptions and putting them into categories, like travel, business or shopping. When it's finished you have a list of all your subscriptions headed by name (ie. Zuji, Target, Kmart) which you can now unsubscribe to with just one click directly from the app! You can also view the newsletters all from the app.
Now for the best part - unroll.me can even schedule to send you all your newsletter subscriptions at the same time. Think of it like a newspaper delivery! It sends everything you want to know about at the one time. I have mine set for morning. I can go through the day's newsletters, just like I'm reading a newspaper but it's all tailored to exactly what I want to know about. It's a very clever little app! My only wish would be to have this available in my Thunderbird mail program to sort all my mail, not just my gmail, but hopefully it's on the cards.
Want to know more about unroll.me? Check out this little wrap up video or go directly to the unroll.me website to learn more.