In iOS 3.x, people complained about the lack of mail batch deletion option. The only way back then was to swipe and delete each and every emails in your inbox.
In iOS 4.x, Apple introduced their batch mail deletion options. You tap edit, and you will have to tap the emails you wanted to delete. But it is still not enough. If you are like me, with mail box flooded with tons and tons of junk mails, this feature introduced by Apple is not enough. It’s impossible to select 1000 mails if you have 1000 mails in your inbox.
This is where DeleteMail comes in. With DeleteMail, you elimate the need to manually tapping every emails you want to delete. What DeleteMail does is add a “Delete All” button in the edit mode of your mailbox. 1 tap on it and voila, all your mails are deleted.
If you are afraid that DeleteMail will remove the function of manual selection of mails, fret not. Just tap a mail in edit mode, and you will still be able to have the choice if you do not want to delete all your mails at once.
DeleteMail is now live on Cydia, retailing at a price of $0.99