Best Email Apps for Apple iOS Devices
Best Email Apps for Apple iOS Devices

Email is an indispensable way of communicating in our everyday lives, which we use to work and play but your inbox can quickly become a hassle. Thankfully, there are many email applications that are designed to help you better manage your inbox. Some applications filter email based on conversations or popular contacts, while others filter out content based attachment types. Below are some of our favorite email apps for iOS, so you can increase your email productivity on your smartphone.

 

1. Gmail

If you use Google services, it is necessary for comparison to the official Gmail app. It supports multiple accounts. Gmail also has a feature called Smart Answer, which scans your email, and some populations suggest pre-populated responses

 

 

2. Spark

I personally use spark for daily work. It supports a lot of features such as Smart Inbox which automatically detects that email is private, groups with notifications or newsletters and similar emails use dear slapping for easier batch processing. With just one glance, you can see that email is an important email or product announcement from a service that you have never used.

Spark
Spark
Developer: Readdle Inc.
Price: Free
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3. Microsoft Outlook

The Microsoft Outlook App for iPhones is amazing One of the best email apps currently available, Outlook provides many useful features as well as support for many types of accounts. Calendars and schedules are too much to stay above things made in Planner, setup is easy and once you are up and running then you will not go back

 

 

4. Newton

Newton is a great mail app. In fact, if you love the mailbox by Dropbox, then it reminds me a lot of that app. I actually use it as my go-to-app for the past few weeks. It supports common features (snooze, push, etc.) which supports all other customers, but with a great design.

This is a free app, but the 14-day free trial requires an annual subscription of $ 49.99 to use it.





 

5. VMware Boxer

Boxer is a great app that includes a built-in calendar and many integration with cloud services such as Dropbox, Box, Google Drive etc., and supports common account types (Google, Exchange, iCloud, etc.). It has big swipe action and solid bulk email management

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VMware Boxer
VMware Boxer
Developer: AirWatch, LLC
Price: Free
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6. Dispatch

Dispatch is a great app and has great integration with other apps, though it does not have true push notifications support and exchange accounts (and there is no plan to add it, so for many people who will be show-stupas.) Otherwise, It’s actually a great app that works on both iPhone and iPad. Currently $ 6.99 on the App Store

Dispatch: Email meets GTD
Dispatch: Email meets GTD
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7. Inky – Secure Email

InkyMail is one of the unique email systems I looked at. A unique feature is how it can sort your email in various ways. It can filter out any kind of newsletters, social notifications, and other types of fluff that can distract you from handling the more important emails. The app is free for basic use, but it requires a $5 per month subscription if you want Exchange support.

Inky - Secure Email
Inky - Secure Email
Developer: Inky
Price: Free
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8. myMail

myMail works with Gmail, Hotmail, Live, Outlook, Yahoo, MSN, iCloud and AOL email accounts. I like it because it’s got an extremely streamlined interface, which makes getting to that email you want to read really clear cut. But the best thing about myMail is that the app automatically pulls images and logos of email senders so you can see who is sending you the message instead of just staring at a few capital letters in agrayy circle.

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