Wmail Clean Gmail Desktop Client App For Linux 32bit and 64bit

Install Wmail, Gmail Desktop App on Ubuntu - If you're looking for Gmail app for your Linux desktop, then you're in the right place! I will show you a Linux tutorial, how to install Wmail : a mail client developed by Thomas Beverley in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.

Wmail is a free, open source desktop app client for Gmail and Google Inbox experience to your desktop. It runs on major operating system including Linux, Mac OSX and Windows.

This application adds loads of features ( e.g native desktop notifications, an unread email in the panel icon ) that mail on the web misses.

Of course, it's pretty easy to use, fast and has all the features you're already enjoying on the web. Wmail lets you add and manage multiple Gmail accounts in one window.

Wmail Screenshots

How it looks like? Well, simply see the screenshots below ( credits wmail ) :

Wmail Gmail App For Linux Desktop Screenshot

Wmail Gmail App For Linux Desktop Screenshot

Wmail Gmail App For Linux Desktop Screenshot

Wmail Features

  • Desktop Notifications
  • Unread Badge
  • Tray Icon
  • Different Unread searches
  • Unlimited Accounts
  • Gmail Support
  • Google Inbox Support
  • Mac OSX Support
  • Linux Support
  • Windows Support
  • Keyboard shortcuts
  • File Drag & Drop
  • Spellchecking
  • Open Source & Free
  • Uses Chromium under the hood

Installing Wmail in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

It's easy-peasy to install Wmail into your Ubuntu (32-bit and 64-bit). All you need is get the package and run it as executable.

Step 1 - Get the package from its website

Step 2 - Simply extract the archive and double click on the WMail

Step 3 - Enjoy!

If you looking for other modern mail desktop client, you can read Nylas N1 Good Looking Desktop Mail Client.

That's all I can write about a step-by-step tutorial: How to install Wmail : Gmail desktop email client on Ubuntu. Hope you've enjoyed reading this tutorial as much I’ve enjoyed writing it. Thanks for visiting us!