Email inboxes can get full of newsletters, subscriptions and other useless junk pretty easily. Just because you ordered a jumper from a shop three years ago doesn't mean you need to continue getting a catalogue from the company. Unsubscribr scans your email box for newsletters and unsubscribes you quickly and easily.
We've seen a lot of methods to unsubscribe from email, including the handy Unsubscribe.com button, the unsubscribe keyword filter, and the still in beta Unroll.me. Unsubscribr makes things a little easier as long as you have Gmail, Google Apps, Yahoo! Mail or AOL Mail. Type in your email address, grant permission to the web app, and it scans and provides a link to unsubscribe. Unsubscribr doesn't have access to your email password as long as your email client supports it.
The service is free and scans up to five days of past mail or you can pay a one-time fee of $US2 to clean out 30 days worth of mail at a time.