About Us

An experienced and hardworking team. 
Learn more about our journey so far from Wmail to Wavebox.

Our Mission

To make workdays simpler and more productive by providing a single focused workspace for all web applications.

Story So Far…

 

2019

FEBRUARY

100th Wavebox Release! 🥳

Over 1,500 commits since the first release, 13 versions of Chromium and around 5,000 cups of coffee!

JANUARY

First Team Subscribers

We welcome our first paying Team subscribers.

JANUARY

Wavebox Team Launch

The New Year sees the exciting launch of our Team offering.


2018

SEPTEMBER

Wavebox 4.0 Release with LastPass

Significant release bringing new UI customisation, LastPass and 100’s of other updates.

MARCH

Over 1000 Apps added to the Directory

Our new App Directory is launched with over 1000 supported SaaS apps.

MARCH

Wavebox Mini Introduced

Added the Mini Menu, providing fast access to your accounts and unread items from the tray menu.


2017

SEPTEMBER

Release with Gmelius & MixMax

Wavebox launches its first extensions to bring a unique experience to Gmail.

SEPTEMBER

Ubuntu Insights Feature

Ubuntu Insights publishes an interview with founder Thomas101.

MARCH

Wavebox Launch & First Pro Subscribers

Wavebox Pro is released with support for Outlook, Slack, Trello, plus a new look, more features and updates. We also welcome our first paying subscribers.


2016

MAY

Wmail for Windows

WMail made available on GitHub for Windows users.

FEBRUARY

Wmail for Linux

WMail made available on GitHub for Linux users.

JANUARY

The original concept for Wavebox is created as WMail on Github

Founder Thomas101 makes the first version of WMail available on GitHub for macOS.

Story So Far…

 

2019

FEBRUARY

100th Wavebox Release! 🥳

Over 1,500 commits since the first release, 13 versions of Chromium and 5,000 cups of coffee.

JANUARY

First Team Subscribers

We welcome our first paying Team subscriptions.

JANUARY

Wavebox Team Launch

The New Year sees the exciting launch of our Team offering.


2018

SEPTEMBER

Wavebox 4.0 Release with LastPass

Significant release bringing new UI customisation, LastPass and 100’s of other updates.

MARCH

Over 1000 Apps added to the Directory

Our new App Directory is launched with over 1000 supported SaaS apps.

MARCH

Wavebox Mini Introduced

Added the Mini Menu, providing fast access to your accounts and unread items from the tray menu.


2017

SEPTEMBER

Release with Gmelius & MixMax

Wavebox launches its first extensions to bring a unique experience to Gmail.

SEPTEMBER

Ubuntu Insights Feature

Ubuntu Insights publishes an interview with founder Thomas101.

MARCH

Wavebox Launch & First Pro Subscribers

Wavebox Pro is released with support for Outlook, Slack, Trello, plus a new look, more features and updates. We also welcome our first paying subscribers.


2016

MAY

Wmail for Windows

WMail made available on GitHub for Windows users.

FEBRUARY

Wmail for Linux

WMail made available on GitHub for Linux users.

JANUARY

The original concept for Wavebox is created as WMail on Github

Founder Thomas101 makes the first version of WMail available on GitHub for macOS.

Wavebox Team

Meet the Founders

Web apps are central to our workday and as a busy team, we need to work efficiently and stay focused. It’s crucial that Wavebox delivers on both counts, and the only way to ensure it does is to spend each day in the app…
How We Use Wavebox

I've had multiple webmail accounts since forever and managing those has always been a real pain. I've tried traditional email clients but missed having the web user interface. I've also tried using my browser but ended up checking tabs all day. Wavebox solves this by keeping me up-to-date whilst retaining the best of the web. As Wavebox has evolved, I've added all the things that I dip in and out of every day - Google Inbox & Gmail, GitHub, Slack, Trello, Google Drive and Calendar to name just a few. I can quickly switch between them and stay correctly signed-in to each one. I simply couldn't live without Wavebox now.

TOM
CO-FOUNDER

I spend every day in Wavebox jumping between apps! I use workflows created with the Link Engine to answer support queries, toggling between our CRM, Slack, Trello and Gmail. I also write our blogs in Ghost, edit text in Grammarly, source images on Unsplash, make website updates in WordPress, and publish tweets - all in Wavebox. To keep things tidy, my apps are grouped as services under main accounts, and I use pins to bookmark regularly used website and pages. I also still use Chrome for general browsing, but everything that's part of my daily workflow gets added to Wavebox straight away!

SUSAN
CO-FOUNDER
Photo of Wavebox founder Susan

Every day I use a plethora of web apps, and before Wavebox this meant juggling all my bookmarks and open tabs in Firefox and Chrome. Wavebox now handles all these apps - Xero, iCloud, AWS, Tweetdeck, in a streamlined way, giving me a much-improved workflow. Wavebox has also opened up another horizon for me - to easily switch between different computers easily. Before, I was spending all my time on a Mac - but since I now spend most of my time in Wavebox, I can hop over to a Linux desktop computer or Surface Pro and have everything up and running as before within Wavebox!

RHYS
CO-FOUNDER

I've had multiple webmail accounts since forever and managing those has always been a real pain. I've tried traditional email clients but missed having the web user interface. I've also tried using my browser but ended up checking tabs all day. Wavebox solves this by keeping me up-to-date whilst retaining the best of the web. As Wavebox has evolved, I've added all the things that I dip in and out of every day - Google Inbox & Gmail, GitHub, Slack, Trello, Google Drive and Calendar to name just a few. I can quickly switch between them and stay correctly signed-in to each one. I simply couldn't live without Wavebox now.

TOM
CO-FOUNDER

Every day I use a plethora of web apps, and before Wavebox this meant juggling all my bookmarks and open tabs in Firefox and Chrome. Wavebox now handles all these apps - Xero, iCloud, AWS, Tweetdeck, in a streamlined way, giving me a much-improved workflow. Wavebox has also opened up another horizon for me - to easily switch between different computers easily. Before, I was spending all my time on a Mac - but since I now spend most of my time in Wavebox, I can hop over to a Linux desktop computer or Surface Pro and have everything up and running as before within Wavebox!

RHYS
CO-FOUNDER

I spend everyday in Wavebox jumping between apps! I use workflows created with the Link Engine to answer support queries, toggling between our CRM, Slack, Trello and Gmail. I also write our blogs in Ghost, edit text in Grammarly, source images on Unsplash, make website updates in WordPress, and publish tweets - all in Wavebox. To keep things tidy, my apps are grouped as services under main accounts, and I use pins to bookmark regularly used website and pages. I also still use Chrome for general browsing, but everythig that's part of my daily workflow gets added to Wavebox stright away!

SUSAN
CO-FOUNDER
Photo of Wavebox founder Susan

“Wavebox is one of those rare, do-everything apps that can really cut down on browser tab clutter and help you centralize your app management.”

The Verge

My team can get things done in less than half the time by having all their apps in one place. It’s a great feeling to know that my team has all the tools they need at their fingertips.

Northern Lights Village

Wavebox’s centralised dashboard, smart interface and ability to customise features makes it the perfect tool for achieving more clarity at work

Niika Creative Agency

Wavebox is amazing. We use a ton of 3rd party sites like Mailgun, Twillio and Zoho One, and having everything in one workspace AND with notifications is awesome.

realistiq