How to Receive Desktop Notifications for Gmail in Mac OS X Without Using Mail

Aura is an app designed to give your desktop notifications for your Gmail on Mac running Mac OS X Yosemite or El Capitan. It’s lightweight and therefore, doesn’t encroach upon your system’s memory.

Gmail is one of the best email apps used worldwide and the reason of its popularity is: there is no equal. And if you are using OS X Mail, one of the biggest advantages is that you get Notifications whenever you receive a mail.

There are many email apps that never support some of the coolest features of Gmail, like labeling, filtering of inboxes or search. If you don’t want to use integrated Mail app on your Mac, you can set up Gmail app and continue to receive Notifications whenever a Gmail comes in your inbox. You can do this with the help of Aura.

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Aura behaves like your email assistant for Gmail and Google Apps; it is designed for OS X Yosemite and later versions.

Things You Can Do Using Aura Mac App

Aura lets you know and check your unread emails in your inbox. The app also supports important message feature of Gmail. This saves your time as you get to know every time you receive an important message.

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Since Aura doesn’t pack many MBs, it never eats up your Mac’s memory. You can easily place it on your menubar. This gives you a quick access to your Gmail whenever you need it; and you can quickly swipe up when you don’t need it.

For business persons, Aura allows them to add as many Gmail or Google Apps as they want to add, albeit in-app purchase is required for business accounts.

The latest version of Aura resolves bugs and other issues that could infect your app with virus or bugs.

All in all, Aura is a one-stop solution for your Gmail account. Use it to believe it.

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Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.

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