5 Most Popular Email Client Apps
Do you know why need an email client app? Despite the popularity of WhatsApp and other communication apps, email is still essential for communication. Did you know that every year around 74 trillion emails are sent?
This number comes at 740,00,00,00,00,000. Try counting that now.
Wise the rise of smartphones, we now don’t have to depend on a PC to send emails to our friends or for business purposes. With a simple click from our Android smartphones, we can send emails to anyone, anywhere in the world.
So, how do you chose which email client app to use from thousand and thousands available in the Android play store? Well, this is why I am listing the top 5 email client apps for Android in this article.
Top 5 Email Clients Are:
5). Email Exchange + by MailWise
MailWise has become a very popular app among users for its modern UI and fast processing. Email Exchange by MailWise supports all the leading email providers. It even supports email servers such as Zimbra and Zextras Suite.
However, one drawback of this email client is that it doesn’t support POP3 mail settings.
You can buy MailWise Pro for tweaking notifications and emails.
4). K-9 Mail
Not only K-9 Mail is one of the oldest email client apps, but it is also one the most downloaded email app. It is a very lightweight app and is built for faster processing of your emails and syncing.
K-9 Mail app is open-source, which means that you can view its source and even contribute to the project. It is the only open source app featured in this list.
K-9 is quite good. However, people complain about its dull UI.
Using OpenPGP, you can even encrypt and decrypt emails.
3). Aqua Mail
Aqua Mail is another great app you can use as an Email Client on your Android smartphone. It supports Gmail, Yahoo, Apple, Hotmail and many other major email service providers.
Aqua Mail allows you to use home screen widgets on your smartphone which allows you to stay updated all the time.
It works great from the security point of view. It uses OAUTH2 authentication for Gmail and Hotmail emails.
You can also buy Aqua Mail Pro offers advanced features which are not available in the free version, such as- Push mail for corporate emails and adding more than 2 accounts, etc.
Gmail comes pre-installed on almost all the Android smartphones. As a result, Gmail is the most popular email app on the play store.
Gmail is very easy to use, and it offers many great features. With Gmail Email Client app, you can have an organised inbox with emails sorted as social and promotional messages.
One of the things I like most about Gmail is that it keeps your inbox spam-free (Well, more than its competitors). With Gmail, you get 15GB of free storage so that you don’t have to delete any emails.
To say in one line, ‘it is the best email client app for your smartphone.’
1). Blue Mail
If there is any Email client app I like more than Gmail, it is Blue Mail. Not only it is free, but it also has a great user interface. It supports IMAP, POP3 + Exchange (ActiveSync & EWS) and it does that using Auto Configuration.
It features smart mobile notification which means that you can setup Quite Hours, Vibration, Led Light for incoming mail notification, Snooze alerts and sounds for each of your accounts.
Blue Mail gives all these features for free.