Here are some of the best email clients for Android and iOS
Best email clients for Android and iOS – Gmail
The most common and the most widely used e-mail app on the market. And the reason is simple. It works well, and it comes installed with your Android device. For iOS, you can get in from the app store. For Windows Phone you uuhhh… It’s loaded with features you will need. You can manage multiple mail accounts from within Gmail, even those which are not Google’s, like Outlook. If you just want to answer and send mails, you don’t have to look further than Gmail.
Best email clients for Android and iOS – Blue Mail
Blue Mail is something I have used myself for a while now. It’s elegant, simple, and has all the features you need. Just like Gmail, it gets the job done well, and does have some extra features, like enabling “Do not disturb mode”, which disables the notifications for a set time. You can also lock your personal mails.
Best email clients for Android and iOS – Microsoft Outlook
If you fancy microsoft products, them their Outlook app is the way to go. When it was recently introduced as an app to Android, it was rather buggy, and didn’t work really well. However, Microsoft reacted and fixed the app. It works perfectly with the most popular email services like Gmail, Yahoo, Microsoft (duh!)…It has features to work on the go, like Word, Excel and PowerPoint integrations
Best email clients for Android and iOS – TypeApp
TypeApp is a small, yet powerful and feature-rich email client for Android and iOS. It’s also claimed to be one of the best email apps on the market. It has a simple design, but gives you all the info you need on one screen. Some of the features being email clusters, dark theme, “sync days”(allows you to choose on which days the app sync the mails) and a feature that allows you to set a reminder for an email, so you can look at it later.
Best email clients for Android and iOS – Mail Wise
For sheer simplicity, this is the app to go with. Has all the things you need, and strips down all the unnecessary stuff from emails so that only the pertinent information is displayed on-screen. There isn’t really much to say about it. People seem to really love it, judging by the reviews. By the time of writing this, Mail Wise is available only for Android, but an iOS version will come soon.