Recently, while taking a peek at my latest emails in the stock Mail app on my iPhone, I felt I should go for a more productive app to handle tons of messages, spams, and junkies that keep on cluttering the inbox. Without any offense to Apple’s email app, it lacks an intuitive user interface and doesn’t offer much to keep everything organized.
And, it’s this dissatisfaction that led me to explore the best email apps for iPhone and iPad. After a bit of search and testing, I’ve got the tools that can safely live up to my demand.
What I’ve liked most in these third-party email apps are the flexibility and the more efficient way of dealing with the unified inbox. If you are in search of a more productive app, chances are high that the following collection might help you find the desired option. Let’s take a look!
Best Email Apps for iPhone and iPad in 2020
#1. Gmail – Email by Google
Ranked as the number one app in the productivity category, “Gmail” is undoubtedly a top-notch email app across the platforms. It lets you switch between multiple accounts with ease. You can undo send so that mistakes do not embarrass you.
With the quick swipe gesture, you will archive or delete emails. Check out your mail with threaded conversations and easily respond to Google Calendar invites. As Gmail is compatible with tons of languages, you can choose to communicate in your most convenient lingo.
#2. Yahoo Mail
Yahoo Mail features an elegant user-interface and makes it pretty simple to deal with emails. The best part about this email app is the 1000 GB of free cloud storage. Therefore, you will always have plenty of space to keep your important data.
This app supports even non-Yahoo email addresses such as Gmail, Outlook, AOL and more. Depending on your convenience, you can customize the swipe gestures to handle messages more proficiently.
You can view your flight details right from this app and also get notified of all gate changes, delays and cancellations. Moreover, you will also set Yahoo Mail to display mail contacts for incoming callers.
#3. Microsoft Outlook
“Microsoft Outlook” is easily the most complete email app for iOS. The app lets you bring all of your email accounts and calendars at one place. So, you can manage your inbox and also schedule an email to be sent later.
Using the swipe gesture, you will be able to schedule, delete and archive messages with ease. Navigate through your files synced with OneDrive, Dropbox and easily attach them to your email.
You can even add all of your favorite apps like Facebook, Evernote, Trello to use them right from this email app. Even though the app is free, features like Office 365 Home ($9.99) or Personal subscription ($9.99) require an in-app purchase.
Lastly, the Outlook email app has the support for many languages English, Afrikaans, French, Galician, German, Greek, and more so that you can communicate in your preferred language.
Apart from composing, sending, receiving and reading emails, a key feature for any email client is security as well. ProtonMail tops the list where security is concerned; it uses a unique mathematical end-to-end encryption for your emails. This means that the message is encrypted from the sender’s end and can only be decrypted at the receiver’s end.
At ProtonMail privacy comes first, no one can see the content of your mails. You can lock sent mail with passwords and they can even carry an expiration date. Wherein, the mail is erased from inboxes once the expiry date is passed. Though all this security does not compromise on UI, the app has a user-friendly interface quite similar to its competitors.
In fact, it also incorporates some amazing unique features such as remote logout, mail filters, auto-reply and much-much more. We have exclusively reviewed ProtonMail and judged the email client on various nodes. Check out the post here, for more details on the app.
Price – Basic: $0/month | Plus: $5/month | Professional: $8 /Month/User | Visionary: $30/month
#5. Email – Edison Mail
When it comes to managing emails proficiently, “Edison Mail” is the one that stands out. For seamless management, you can add all of your email accounts.
As it has the support for almost all the major services like Outlook, Yahoo, Hotmail, iCloud, Office/Outlook 365, Exchange, AOL, Gmail, and IMAP mail accounts, you will be able to handle your messages perfectly. Keep the junkies at bay and snooze the messages so that they stay away until you need them. Plus, there is also an option to undo sent mail.
#6. Spark – Email App by Readdle
Should you want to manage your inbox more efficiently, give a try to”Spark.” The app smartly categories your emails into personal, notifications and newsletters. Therefore, you will be able to quickly access essential messages.
What’s more, you can fully customize Spark to get the most out of it. For instance, you will fine-tune the swipes and set the number of emails you want to view.
You can discuss specific emails, threads and also collaborate with your friends to compose professional emails. Schedule emails which you want to send later. Snooze an email and access it only when you need it. On top of all, this app is compatible with multiple cloud services such as Dropbox, Box, iCloud Drive, and more.
What makes “myMail” worth giving a look is the wide range of customization. Just like all of its counterparts, it also lets you add multiple accounts for hassle-free management. Besides, it allows you to set quiet time for each account, which can be very useful when dealing with several email accounts.
Another feature that makes it stand out is the personalized notifications. You can filter your alerts as per several things like folders, social networks, domains, email addresses, etc. With the help of profile pics and icons for popular services, you will be able to navigate through your emails faster.
#8. Citrix Secure Mail
“Citrix Secure Mail” has got you fully covered when it comes to keeping the hassles away and ensuring your unified inbox remains organized.
Based on your convenience, you can color-code your events to keep them in sync with your needs and also access them a lot faster. It has a dedicated folder to let you handle all of your email attachments.
Thanks to the Triage view, you can sort emails quickly. Furthermore, it also lets you report phishing emails to keep them at bay.
#9. Blue Mail
Boasting an elegant design, Blue Mail instantly appealed to my taste. Beyond the impressive user-interface, it offers the option to manage the unlimited number of mail accounts.
Plus, it lets you add custom signature per account, which may come in handy especially when dealing with several accounts. With the color coding, you will easily find out which email account received a message.
Mark emails as done once you have read them. Besides, you will also customize the quick replies for the fast response.
#10. Newton Mail
Newton Mail is probably the most feature-rich email app for iOS. This app works seamlessly with many popular services such as Gmail, Exchange, Yahoo Mail, Hotmail/Outlook, iCloud, Google Apps, Office 365 and all IMAP accounts. Thus, you will be able to deal with all of your accounts painlessly.
It offers the read-status for every email you send and also notifies you when the email is read. There is a super handy individual mail tracking that lets you know who read your email.
It’s integrated with several productivity apps such as Todoist, Evernote, OneNote, Pocket, Trello, Wunderlist, and Instapaper. Therefore, you will be able to carry out your task without having to leave the app.
After the 14-day free trial, you will need to subscribe to the pro version of the app that comes at $49.99/year.
Simply put, you can bet on “Zoho Mail” to let you take better control over your inbox. What has made me want this email app is the clean interface coupled with the easy-to-use features. So, you hardly have to spend time learning how to get the most out of each feature.
It makes collaboration seamless, bringing everyone’s views on the same platform. If you often have to work on a big project, this feature could make your task more convenient.
There is a neat conversation view that lets you check out the related messages that are bunched together for quick access. And with the offline mode, you can compose and send emails even without the Internet. Your sent emails will be delivered when the Internet is available.
That’s all! So, these are my top email apps for iOS.
Assuming, your inbox will look more organized by keeping the unnecessary messages as well as alerts away. Which one of the above email apps is going to be installed on your and the things you’ve found adorable in it? Feel free to toss up your views.
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