Friday, 18 October 2013

Terrific E-Mail Apps for Android Devices

Android device should come with a few email apps pre-installed but we have compiled few best Android apps for email to make you a more prolific mobile email-ninja! As email is one of the single significant means of business communication. Some of the email clients for Android platform are really good. Some of the following apps are limited to single account/service, whereas others are able to connect to multiple accounts/services.

1.   K-9 Mail: K-9 Mail is an email application which supports IMAP, POP3, and Exchange 2003 or Exchange 2007. K-9 Mail is one of the most highly customizable email clients for the Android platform, and it offers the following features: Search, IMAP push email, multi-folder sync, flagging, filing, signatures, bcc-self, PGP, mail on SD, unified inbox etc.

2.   Emoze: Emoze is a friendly email client that focuses on push email and supports multiple accounts, including Exchange, OWA, Google, Y!, Hotmail, Outlook365, IMAP, and POP3. This is available for free.

3.   Aqua Mail: Aqua Mail supports Gmail, Yahoo mail, Hotmail, plus IMAP, POP3, Exchange, Lotus Notes, and more. Its primary ability is to keep one organized. Its interface is insightful that allows you to quickly navigate around the client, which makes managing email on a tablet incredibly efficient.

4. Boomerang: Boomerang is a free email app for Gmail and Google Apps accounts only, but it offers so many terrific features. Boomerang greatly expands upon the default Gmail Android app with features like support for "Send as," account specific themes, customizable multi-gesture support, snooze email messages, schedule messages to be sent at a later time, track responses to the emails you send, search through all messages across all Gmail folders (Figure E), access to all labels, multi-account support with easy account switching, and much more. 

Read more on Apps in our upcoming blogs.

- The IndaPoint Team


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