Unroll. Me Developed in 2011

Unroll Me is an application which was developed in 2011 to manage inbox. It is Pvt. Ltd company. Josh Rosenwald, Steven Greenberg, Jojo Hedaya, and Perri Blake Gorman are the founders of Unroll. Me. 

This innovative application aims to clean your inbox. It helps sort out unwanted emails and subscriptions. The application also combines newsletters, sales, and listserv emails into a Rollup which the company describes as a digest. The digest gives an overview of daily subscriptions. It minimizes time consumption that people spend going through all the unimportant subscriptions for yahoo email, Gmail, and Google app users. If you want to unsubscribe any email, it offers you an advantage of being just a click away to unsubscribe. Even if your Gmail account has more than 10,000 messages, it only takes few minutes for the app to scan it. The settings/management of your account on unroll me is totally in your hands you can receive your daily digest any time that is suitable to you either morning, afternoon or night. It can also monitor two accounts at the same time, i.e., Gmail and yahoo, but you have to log in each of the accounts separately. 

Rakuten Intelligence is an e-commerce measurement business which owns Unroll. me. The organization has established security protocols to keep the sensitive data safe which is the personal information of the user. The app collects some basic information to set up the account. They have no interest in fetching the personal emails of the user. However, since it is owned by Rakuten Intelligence, they do fetch data from commercial emails. Now here is the innovative part of what they do with the fetched data. They combine the data and evaluate the online sale and purchase of products, prices, and where the trends are leading. They provide information to the companies who want to learn about their competitors, business, and market. Their customers include Fortune 500 companies, investment companies, household brands, etc. This data can only be fetched if you want it to be, by allowing in your app settings as the management takes the responsibility of keeping its users’ data safe very seriously.

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