Newton Mail Is Back With New Ownership


Newton, a popular Email Subscription Service gets a new life, this time from its two dedicated fans. Yes, Newton Mail service is getting a new life and is back for the public which was shuttered in September 2018. The platform was then acquired by Essential in the December month of the same year. In the next year i.e. 2019’s first quarter, Essential announced the shut down of the platform. Well, it is back now!

The platform is now owned by Newton’s dedicated fans. If we talk about the new owners of this platform, then the platform is now owned by software designers Maitrik Kataria and Justin Mitchell. They have clearly stated that they are not the owners of big companies, but simply the dedicated fanboys of the platform who don’t want their favorite email subscription platform to go away.

Newton was loved by millions of its fans just because of its easy user-interface and a list of clever tools. The new owners shared a blog post where they have mentioned everything about the platform and why they have acquired it.

Apparently, the existing users and subscribers of Newton’s Mail service won’t see any differences. The subscription fees will be as it is for everyone i.e. $50 per year. However, as per the new owners’ policies, they are looking for an upgrade which will add a bunch of new features to the service.

The new upgrade of the service will add better communication features with a dedicated customer care team to provide real-time support to all the active subscribers of the platform. The new owners aim to focus more on providing better services rather than publicizing the platform by spending more on marketing.

After a small upgrade with a couple of new features and better communication function, the company will add a few extra features in the coming days. They will add the compatibility of the Dark Mode within the three months.

Apart from this, new privacy policy and guidelines will also be updated by the owners very shortly. We will get to learn more about the same in the coming days.

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