Ten Best Android Email Apps

Emails are part of a regular professional life. With a perfect app, reading emails on phones have become an easy task. But nowadays, email apps have raised their performance bars with some cool and amazing features. Now, you can do much more instead of just reading mails.

Here is a list of Top 10 Best Android Email Apps, which can be your great companion.

Inbox by Google

Price: Free
Download from Play Store

Inbox

Inbox has come out as a solid successor to Gmail. It works like a task desk. The app lets you set emails as reminders and once you are done with a particular task (or once you’re done with reading all emails) then you can slide the mail towards the right side of the screen and it will get marked as “Done”.

CloudMagic

Price: Free/Paid for $4.99 per month
Download from Play Store

CloudMagic

CloudMagic is one of the latest email apps on Play Store. It has got all the basic functionalities with a good looking User Interface. You can add multiple accounts as well. A feature which caught my eyes was its ability to integrate with other apps like Pocket, Evernote and Mailchimp. Some more additional features are offered at $60. But the free version of the app did all for us.

Blue Mail

Price: Free
Download from Play Store

Blue Mail

This is another decent mail client which offers some smart features. It supports mail accounts of Yahoo, Gmail, iCloud, Office365 and others. With this app, you can set the time when you don’t want any notifications. You can also write a mail and send at a later time or date. You can also lock your personal mails with Blue Mail.

AOSP Email

Price: Free

AOSP Email

AOSP Email has got a simple interface and it allows you integrate mail accounts of any mail client. If you are not looking to do much and you are happy with a simple mail client, then go for AOSP Email

Gmail

Price: Free
Download from Play Store

gmail

Gmail is a great app for you if you love to keep your documents on Google Drive. This has got a lot of features as it will sort your Gmail Inbox into various categories like you get in a desktop version (Promotion, Updates, and Forums). Now, you can also add mail accounts of other mail clients using IMAP integration.

K-9 Mail

Price: Free
Download from Play Store

k-9

It is an Open Source app and has got a very minimal design. If you are a fan of Open Source Apps and you are not much interested about email apps that are full of features then you can consider this one as a solid option.

Mail.Ru

Price: Free
Download from Play Store

Mail RU

Mail.Ru has its own fan following. It has already got 10 million downloads. It maintains an average score of 4.5 stars with reviews of more than 390,000 people. It covers all the basic aspects of an email app. The interface of the app is clean and it has been updated as per the standards of Material Design.

Mailbox

Price: Free
Download from Play Store

mailbox

This app was developed by Dropbox so it comes with a direct support of Dropbox. If you are familiar with Dropbox then it won’t take much time for you to get going with this app. It has got a cool feature of auto snoozing conversations. A few months back it used to be a bit buggy but now most of the problems are resolved.

Yahoo Mail

Price: Free
Download from Play Store

Yahoo

If you just have a mail account on Yahoo, then Yahoo Mail app is worth a shot. Along with all the basic necessities of a mail app, Yahoo has integrated news and weather which seems to be good.

Mail Wise

Price: Free
Download from Play Store

mailwise

Exchange Support isn’t provided by most of the apps. Mail Wise allows you to add Microsoft Exchange accounts. The User Interface of the app is clean and simple. Although main spotlight of the app is “Support for Exchange” but you can add other accounts as well.

Also See: Top 10 Best Android Camera Apps

So above were our Top 10 Best Android Email Apps. Pick one which suites you the best. If you think that any app which deserved a place in the list is missing, please tell us the name of the app and we will be happy to take a look on it.

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