A focused workspace for all your web apps

Screenshot of Wavebox main features


Any App




Transform your Workflow

Install Wavebox on any Linux, macOS or Windows machine, and add all the web apps, services, websites you use every day. Then effortlessly switch between them to speed up your workflow. With no signing in-and-out and losing your place, you’ll find it easier to maintain context across workflows and stay focused.

  • Simple navigation between web apps.

  • Fewer browser tabs mean a faster machine.

  • Less time spent signing in-and-out.

  • Keep up-to-date with notifications across apps.

Why Wavebox? Transforms your Workflow
Why Wavebox? Better than a Browser

Better than a Browser

Unlike browser tabs which work independently, Wavebox brings everything together as a single suite of web apps. You’ll get notified on anything new across all your apps without having to check each one individually. You can also confidently stay signed in to multiple accounts of the same type, simultaneously, without any complications.

  • Open all web apps in just one click.

  • Everything tidy and all in one place.

  • Stay focused within the desktop environment.

  • Monitor app usage across multiple accounts.

Secure and Customisable

Wavebox is built on top of the most trusted and proven platforms available including Chromium, Electron and React. We use scoped OAuth2 to link your accounts for maximum security.  Wavebox is also Open Source (visit us on GitHub) so you can check our code for yourself, and you can use our API to make your own customisations and integrations.

  • We scope security so your data is correctly contained.

  • All your apps are securely sandboxed.

  • All updates are signed.

  • API available for custom integrations.


Wavebox Vs Chrome

In a recent test we signed-in to 13 separate web apps using both Chrome and Wavebox.  All apps were left open so we could check for updates and receive notifications. The results showed that Chrome used an astonishing 3,483 MB, compared to only 373 MB used by Wavebox. 

Why? Whilst working in one app in Wavebox, all others dropped into ‘sleep mode’. This uses far less memory, whilst still continuously checking for updates. Magic!  Read the full article >

Chrome 3,483 MB

Wavebox 373 MB

I am very impressed with Wavebox. I’ve tried several similar apps but Wavebox is superior to them all. As a recent switcher from macOS to full-time Linux, the iCloud support is much appreciated.

Fraser Smith
Pro Subscriber

I been using it for about a year now, nearly seamlessly on both Mac and Linux, and each update makes it smoother and smoother, bringing more and more features. Bravo, @waveboxio team (:

Pro Subscriber

I’m running your app on Ubuntu 16.04. It monitors two MS Outlook accounts just fine. Getting a kick out of Wavebox Mini. Your app is neat stuff, and runs smooth. Co-workers come by an ask.. “hey, what’s that?

Steve Kermes
Pro Subscriber

Unique Features

Wavebox gives you the tools you need to work more efficiently with your cloud apps, services and websites. Here are just a few features that make Wavebox unique:
Wavebox Supports Boomerang, MixMax, Gmelius and Markdown Here

Extension Engine

We understand how important browser extensions are to your workflow. So far we have LastPass, Markdown Here, Boomerang, Gmelius, Dropbox, Grammarly, Mixmax, Clearbit and Todoist. To see a list of extensions on our ‘to-do’ list, visit us on GitHub.

Add any web app to Wavebox

Link any App or Website

Use our App Directory to add your favourite accounts, and use the  ‘Any Website’ option to link ANY online account/service. Our users have linked hundreds of different websites from chat and project apps, to HR,  finance systems and company intranets.

Screenshot of Wavebox Recents, Pinned and Tasks tooltip menu

Pinned, Recents & Tasks

Easily navigate between apps with two handy tool-tip menus. Hover over any icon to bring up a menu then use to jump to another app, a recently viewed item, to pin it for later, or even turn it into a task! 

Screenshot of Advanced Wavebox Settings

Custom Settings

Wavebox offers a comprehensive set of ‘knobs’ and ‘dials’ so you can get Wavebox working exactly how you want it to.  Change the colour scheme, upload your own icons, choose where to open links and where to place your app icons – it’s all up to you!

Sleep Mode

One important Wavebox feature is the ability to ‘sleep’ apps to save machine memory. When sleeping, accounts stop using processing power, and when ‘integrated’ stay signed-in to deliver notifications. Having all but one account sleeping can save 86% machine power. 

Why Wavebox? Pop-out windows

Pop-Out Windows

If you like to compose several emails at once, or need to work in multiple apps at the same time, then this feature is for you. Right-click to pop-out any app or service in its own Wavebox window and place anywhere on your desktop.

Why Wavebox? Notification Tray

Tray Notifications

You can easily stay informed, even when you’re not using Wavebox. Clicking on the tray icon at any time brings up the Mini Menu, which summarises unread items and recent notifications across all accounts. Click on an item to open it in the correct place in Wavebox.

Why Wavebox? Spellcheck

Spellcheck & Shortcuts

 The Wavebox spellchecker is available across all accounts and supports more than 90 languages – perfect for sending that all important message. Wavebox also supports your existing keyboard shortcuts so there’s no need to use new alien combinations.

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Get Wavebox

All downloads start with a 14 day free trial of Wavebox Pro.
After that, you can continue to use Wavebox Basic for free or subscribe to Pro or Teams.