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Now compose better emails with Spark +AI

Spark +AI is the new email assistant for users all over the world. The app is now accompanied by various AI features. Spark is the parent company that has introduced this mail service app i.e., Spark +AI. In total, the mail app has observed over 1 million downloads on the Google Play Store.

Users can merge different email accounts under one platform. In this way, they will have convenient access to emails. Furthermore, it is provided with a variety of collaborative and security features that make it distinct from other such apps. Given the new generative AI features, the app can compose emails.

How can users access the Spark +AI feature?

Although the Spark +AI feature has now been rolled out globally, however, it has some provisions that are required to be fulfilled before accessing it. First and foremost, the feature is accessible to premium users. the paid plan provides users with a variety of productivity features. Do note that the feature is available to all users for a timespan of a 7-day free trial. This will help the company attract more users to the subscription plan. The company has rolled out the new feature to Android and iOS devices.

How does Spark +AI work?

The new generative AI feature of Spark can be helpful for users in three major areas. Users can write better emails at a fast pace and communicate confidently. Furthermore, users will have complete control over their emails. To use the feature, simply provide a draft that includes the information to be conveyed over the email. It will then compose the email. Furthermore, users can benefit from the rephrase, proofreading, or rewriting certain line features within the email. In addition to this, the company assures users that the feature is fully secure. It is just here to compose better emails for users.

Brain Curry

Brian is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.

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