Raindrop Looks Like An Awesome Universal Inbox In Concept Designs

Mozilla's Raindrop project showed us its one-inbox-to-rule-them-all mission, but a Mozilla designer now shows us how Raindrop might actually pull that off on mobile phones. The designs are impressive, combining email, Twitter, Facebook and other conversations into one organised stream.

Andy Chung has made his initial designs for RainDrop's mobile implementation available as a Flickr set, and they show a really, really simplified way of looking at what's coming in. Twitter replies, emails, Facebook comments — they're all just different-coloured messages, and the reply button always does the same thing. Additional functions look like they're available when triggered, but we're just excited (plainly) about how universally simple Raindrop looks like on any phone.

Check out the pics and pitch, and tell us what you think of Raindrop in the comments.

Thinking Mobile [Raindrop Design Development Page via TechCrunch]


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