Mailing has never been easier on mobile as it has been with android smartphones, tablets and phablets. There are a whole lot of mailing clients you can choose from to access your emails from your android OS powered device, and today I’ll list out the top 5 android email clients you can install from the Play store.
Email Clients are applications that run on a personal computer or work station and enables you to send, receive and organize e-mails. Wondering why it’s called a client? That’s because e-mail systems are based on a client-server architecture . Mail is sent from many clients to a central server , which re-routes the mail to its intended destination.
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Below Are the top best 5 Email Clients for android users
1. Gmail Client
Gmail is built on the idea that email can be more intuitive, efficient, and useful. And maybe even fun. Get your email instantly via push notifications, read and respond to your conversations online&offline, and search and find any email.
Gmail also lets you:
• Manage multiple accounts
• View and save attachments
• Set up label notifications
Now with Android phone and tablet support!
– Access your inbox in just one tap
– Stay on top of your new messages with notifications
– Quickly scan messages in your inbox with continuous scroll
Message with ease
– Auto-complete email addresses as you type
– Multi-select messages to organize your inbox faster
Get more done faster
– Access multiple Yahoo! email accounts in one place
– Easily attach photos or take new ones while composing a message
– Preview photos right at the top of a message
– Search through all your messages across all folders
3. K-9 Mail
K-9 Mail is an open-source e-mail client with search, IMAP push email, multi-folder sync, flagging, filing, signatures, bcc-self, PGP, mail on SD&more!
K-9 supports IMAP, POP3 and Exchange 2003/2007 (with WebDAV).
4. Aqua Mail
AquaMail is an email app for Android 2.1 and higher. Easy automatic setup for popular email services (Yahoo, Hotmail, Gmail, and more).
Support for many other email services via standard Internet email protocols: IMAP, POP3, SMTP. This includes many corporate email servers, such as Lotus Notes and Exchange, provided that the administrators enabled IMAP/SMTP (no support for ActiveSync or EWS).
MailDroid is an ad-supported Webdav/POP3/IMAP Idle Push email client written from the ground up and and not based on the stock Android email client.
MailDroid has all the features you could want from a mobile email client and it continues to be built around user feedback. With the ability for IMAP users to sync draft mails, sent mail, deleted mail based on when they are on wifi or mobile as well as pop3 preload capability, MailDroid was built with mobile data in mind from the start.
That’s it! I hope you love my list? Do you have any other e-mail clients for android devices you feel does better and should be included in this list? Please do let us know using the comment box below.