Exploring The Email Apps Of Android

One of the most popular uses of an Android smartphone or a tablet is to access emails while on the go. Most of us have multiple email accounts for both personal and professional use. It is quite difficult to keep a tab on each of these accounts all the time. In fact, a lot of…

One of the most popular uses of an Android smartphone or a tablet is to access emails while on the go. Most of us have multiple email accounts for both personal and professional use. It is quite difficult to keep a tab on each of these accounts all the time. In fact, a lot of people face this situation where an important mail might have skipped our attention, causing a lot of trouble. With smartphones and tablets emulating almost all the functions that a computer provides, it is now easier to maintain multiple email accounts, and not miss a single important mail. Here we discuss the best mobile email apps that one can install on their Android devices.

a. Gmail: Most of us have a Gmail account for our personal use. It is a great web-based email client that provides access to other Google services such as Hangouts, Drive, and Google+. The Android application is equally impressive, as it provides almost all the features that one gets in the web version. As per the latest updates, Google automatically scans the mails that it thinks is important for you and presents it in a “Priority” inbox. Spam filters of Gmail are the best in the industry and help your mailbox stay clean and easily accessible.

b. Outlook.com: Microsoft brings its intuitive design into this simplistic application that lets you access mails from your Outlook.com account. The best feature about the app is its clean and simple design. Although it does not provide all the features that the Gmail app provides, it does a great job at what it is made for – providing access to emails.

c. Yahoo! Mail: Although Yahoo has lost its crown as the most preferred web-mail client, a lot of users still use their old Yahoo account. This Android app is specifically designed for Android tablets, as it lets you view your important mails with a single touch. Moreover, the auto-complete feature assists you with contacts from your address box while composing a new mail.

d. Aqua mail: This is an email client designed for the latest tablets that can support any POP3, IMAP or SMTP account. This is a great app to handle multiple email accounts at the same time, as Aqua lets you configure multiple accounts like Gmail, Yahoo! Mail and more. Moreover, the UI is extremely simple and provides fast access to your emails. The capacity to store your email attachment in your memory card is extremely useful for offline access.