Unroll.me is an email subscription management service, owned by Rakuten Intelligence, a leading market research organization. Unroll.me helps an individual or organization declutter their mail inbox by unsubscribing from unwanted emails and consolidating the important ones for a secure digest, preferentially a daily one.
Everything you Need to Know About Unroll.me
Unroll.me began its technology journey way back in early 2012, with an original intention of ending email fatigue by compacting important but essential emails into a daily digest, post-Rakuten acquisition in mid-2014. It was merely as such. However, revolutionary has seen this company developing its specifics into more useful and beneficial features that are a plus on cybersecurity nightmares. Basically, instead of trying to create a whole new interface for navigating one’s email messages, Unroll.me consolidates the graymail into a single, daily digest, with short previews of each amongst the very consolidated emails. This technology leaves one with an option of only opening the messages that they are interested in.
The onus of protecting personal data, especially data shared through mailings lie entirely on an individual. Anyone can receive spam emails which are scanned to their inbox maybe to steal, corrupt or distort data in their devices. It is a significant threat to the cybersecurity from the ransomware attackers: thanks to Unroll.me, a company that has extended its services from initially the IOS users to Android users who are predominantly the largest email operators in market share. It, therefore, enables anyone with a smartphone to get the benefits and services of Unroll.me.
The Upgraded Features
Unroll.me has upgraded gradually right from its inception to enable its client users to carry out their day to day activities through mailing in a more natural and secure way. Smooth in the sense that Unroll.me consolidates only the genuine and useful emails on a daily digest thereby saving a lot of time. Similarly, secure in a way that it ultra-filters junk spam that may sift in one’s inbox with an attempt of stealing or accessing data without permission.