Google did an amazing job when it designed its latest Android 8.0 Oreo operating system. The Android parent made sure to equip the operating system with tons of cool features that takes any smartphone’s user experience to the next level.
However, this doesn’t necessarily mean that Android fans need to stick with all of Google’s pre-installed apps. With that being said, today we are going to present the top 5 email apps for Android smartphone that are guaranteed to make your life easier.
First off, Blue Mail is free to use and its available directly from the official Google Play Store. Blue Mail is a great email app that supports numerous clients such as POP3, IMAP, Outlook, Yahoo, Gmail and even Office 365 among others.
This app has already cemented its legacy as one of the best email specific apps for Android. The app has been available for a couple of years and it features a simple UI (user interface) that’s been purposely designed to make it easier for users to get what they need.
Unlike the previous two apps, Newton Mail is not free to use. This app offers a free trial period, but people who want to get the most out of it need to pay a subscription fee of $49.99 per year. Moreover, Newton Mail is one of the most premium apps out there with features such as read receipts, connected apps, Evernote, Trello and so on.
Nine charges a monthly subscription free of $9.99 up to 14.99. This app is great for people who put a high price on safety because Nine has been designed for business users who need an extra layer of security every time they check their mails.
Aqua Mail is free to use, but there is also a premium version that costs $4.99. Nonetheless, Aqua Mail features support for Hotmail, AOL, Apple, Gmail and all the other big names. In addition, Aqua Mail ships with cool widgets such as an auto-fit format for messages.