5 Email Apps for Android and iOS (Part 2)
Previously, we’ve given you a list of five email apps that you can download on your Android and iOS devices but we won’t stop there. We’re here again to give you five more email apps for you to try just in case you’re still on the hunt on finding the perfect email app that will fit your lifestyle.
Author’s note: All mentioned apps are free of charge.
If Inbox does ring a bell, well, it might be the fact that this app was created by the Gmail team. Inbox allows you to see important information without opening the message itself. How cool is that? Apart from that, you can add reminders so your inbox contains all the things you need to get back to. It also has a Snooze feature wherein you can snooze emails and reminders whenever you are ready to deal with them. So if the Gmail app, doesn’t work out for you, try Inbox.
2. Astro Mail
Astro Mail is the first email app that comes with an AI-powered chatbot namely Astrobot. Basically, Astrobot helps you manage your emails and makes suggestions about messages that can skip your inbox. It also does voice commands so you can manage your inbox hands-free by talking to Astrobot directly from the app. Aside from that, the app also enables you to snooze, unsubscribe, send later, mute, and priority inbox your emails.
Email by Edison (formerly Email by EasilyDo) is your all-in-one email app that supports Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Exchange, Outlook, Office 365, Hotmail, AOL, iCloud and IMAP mail accounts. It features a built-in intelligent assistant that lets you view key info including Attachments, Bills & Receipts, and Entertainment across your inboxes at-a-glance by category, without opening or searching email.
Just in case you’re thinking why TypeApp and Blue Mail look alike, it’s because these two email apps are actually sibs. TypeApp supports IMAP, POP3 as well as all Exchange protocols including Exchange Web Services (EWS) & ActiveSync (EAS). It features instant smart push notifications and lets you customize sound, vibration, LED light, snooze alerts and other preferences per each of your accounts.
Mail.Ru allows full synchronization of all your emails so it does not matter whether you read, flagged, or moved messages from a computer or mobile. It also enables you to store information and protect it by creating a folder with a password in the web interface. It also filters notifications. Set a time to receive notification, select services, folders or create a personal filter to receive only those alerts that are important.
So there you go, guys. Have you tried any of these apps yet? If you have suggestions, let us know in the comments below.