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views: 68 publish: October 13, 2016
The most complete set of e-mail client, at least 80% of users in the use of these e-mail client, to give you a reference.
Provide real-time new e-mail alerts, smooth e-mail experience, a comprehensive support E-mail protocol, so you can also be efficient in the management of mobile phones.
I’m not sure why so many people are up in arms about paying for this app. This is the best mail app I’ve used, ever, hands down. As a programmer, I can’t understand why people don’t want to pay for the work of programmers. I’d much rather pay a small amount and not see all the ads. All that said, the features in the app are truly impressive.
Inbox by Gmail
Inbox rocks! With Inbox, Google is reimagining how we handle our deluge of emails. I’ve been using it on a daily basis when I got the invite last year diving right into the deep end instead of spending time getting my toes wet made it much easier to adapt my mindset to embrace Inbox’s ways and stop fighting its unconventional approach. Inbox makes email simpler with its smart interface and special features that slim down your inbox and help users quickly process messages. This is an excellent email app for casual users.
Outlook is Microsoft’s e-mail client, there are various other excellent features. After all, Microsoft’s Outlook has a long history, so long to develop the experience certainly can create a useful client out.
SolMail – All-in-One email app
This app works with ALL of my email accounts. I’ve tried many others and nothing compares to this one.
Blue Mail – Email Mailbox
GMail bundles messages in conversations. I don’t like the way that’s presented. BlueMail makes it all look great. update: I just found how to “sync” mailboxes across devices (phone and tablet). This is a terrific feature. Thanks for this very handy and awesome email app. This is one of the only apps I’d give 10 stars if I could. It’s really working well for me.