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Popular email client 'Newton' makes its official debut on Windows 10 today

Newton for Windows makes its official debut today on the Windows Store. Newton, an extremely popular email client on iOS, Android and macOS, is finally coming to Windows 10 today with an official launch on the Windows Store. After being in closed beta testing on Windows 10 over the last few months, the Newton is finally ready for the masses. What is Newton? Newton for Windows is the only email service that works across all accounts and is available on all platforms.
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