20 Best Email Client Apps For Your Android Phone

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Did you ever want to manage all of your emails right from your Android smartphone like professionals?

We know that even in this world of ongoing communication where most of the people opt for social media platforms to communicate with each other quickly. But there are a lot of professionals as well as authorities who still prefer to use emailing as their primary method of conversation.

And to keep up with all the emails and to be able to find and respond to the important ones that matter most to us, we need some unified emailing apps that make the whole emailing system smoother.

To help you out finding these useful email apps, here are the twenty best emailing apps for Android that will make your email organization and email responding task easier than ever.

 

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#01 – Aqua Mail

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Developer: MobiSystems
Price: Free+
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Aqua Mail has made it to the list because of its versatility and ability to support multiple email services. So if you are one of those Android users who find it hard to manage multiple email accounts in different email apps, then Aqua Mail is for you.

The app user interface is highly configurable and works flawlessly on most of the Android phones. And if you are one of those advanced users who love to tinker with different apps and looking to automate Aqua Mail then you can even integrate it easily with Tasker app.

Supported Email Providers: Gmail, Hotmail (Outlook), Yahoo, Apple email (Cloud/ME), FastMail, AOL, GMX and several other email services as well as some hosted email accounts.

Supported Email Protocols: IMAP, POP3, and SMTP.

Pros

  • Compatible with Android Wear 4.3 and above.
  • Promo signature and account limitation can be removed with the purchase of Aqua Mail Pro Unlocker app, which will cost you $4.95.
  • Contains no ads.

Cons

  • Lite version allows you to add only two accounts.
  • This free version adds a promotional signature to every outgoing email message.

 

#02 – Blue Mail

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Developer: Blue Mail Inc.
Price: Free
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Are you looking for an email client app for your Android phone that has a unified user interface for all of your email boxes? If yes, then Blue Mail would be the best app for you as it provides all of your emails in one place.

Blue Mail’s universal emailing system, the ultimate ability to manage a virtually unlimited number of mailing accounts, highly configurable, various personalization options for each account, and intelligent push notifications system is what makes it the perfect replacement for the stock mail app.

Supported Email Providers: Gmail, Hotmail (Outlook), Yahoo Mail, Office 365 and several other email services as well as some hosted email accounts.

Supported Email Protocols: IMAP, SMTP, Exchange and POP3 auto configuration.

Pros

  • Native support for Android Wear.
  • Quick emails filtration option (by unread/starred emails).
  • Easy to use and extremely customizable.
  • Uninterrupted developer support.

Cons

  • Might glitch at times, but support staff is active and can fix your issue.

 

#03 – Nine – Exchange Emailing

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Nine brings the Exchange ActiveSync to the Android and provides direct push synchronization. It is the simplest and the fastest emailing app for your smartphone that connects you directly to the server.

The user interface is very powerful and provides you with several message filtrations. The app supports left and right swipe gestures that allow you to perform quick actions like deleting or moving a message.

The app comes with a free 14-days/2-weeks trial period, after which you can purchase the full version right from the Google Play for $9.99.

Supported Servers: Exchange Server 2003, Office 365, Outlook, Hotmail, Google Apps, and other services that support Exchange ActiveSync.

Pros

  • Provide SSL (Secured Sockets Layers) encryption.
  • Automatic setup for most of the popular emailing services.
  • Active development and helpful support team.

Cons

  • Paid app, but comes with a fully featured 14-days trial period.

 

#04 – Alto

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Developer: AOL Inc.
Price: Free
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Alto is the emailing client app designed by AOL for Android smartphones and tablets. And it is one of the great alternatives for the native mobile email client that comes preinstalled on your mobile.

The app provides several features to improve your overall emailing experience. Some of those include multiple emails management, threaded email conversation view, active push notifications (with added personalization option), and the ability to organize all of your emails by category neatly.

Supported Email Providers: Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Hotmail (Outlook), Apple Mail (iCloud), AOL, Office 365, and any other IMAP email account.

Pros

  • Bulk sorting and editing of your emails.
  • Customizable swipe gestures.
  • Unified inbox.
  • Active development along with frequent updates to improve stability and performance.

Cons

  • No support for IMAP and SMPT protocols with different passwords.

 

#05 – TypeApp

TypeApp is a universal emailing client that has a material design and provides instant push notifications with customizable options (like quite hours and custom notification alerts) that will make sure to keep you updated with all of your emails and messages.

Unlike other apps mentioned in the list, TypeApp is efficient and allows you easily manage all of your email accounts within one app. You can perform bulk actions to categorize or mark multiple email messages at once.

Supported Email Providers: Gmail, Hotmail (Outlook), Yahoo, Apple email (iCloud/ME), AOL, and several other email services as well as some hosted email accounts.

Supported Email Protocols: IMAP, Exchange ActiveSync, POP3, and SMTP.

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Pros

  • Automatic configurations for emailing protocols so that you can instantly add email accounts.
  • Compatible with Android Wear.
  • Frequently updated to add new features and fix known bugs.

 

#06 – K-9 Mail

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Developer: K-9 Dog Walkers
Price: Free
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K-9 Mail is an open-source and community developed mobile mailing app. It supports a large number of email services and protocols along with lots of easy-to-customize options that can improve your overall email management experience.

The interface may look a little bit undeveloped to you, but I believe that you will admire the way it is going to handle all of your emails because it has been precisely designed to make it easier and less confusing for you to manage multiple mailing accounts.

Supported Email Providers: Gmail, Hotmail (Outlook), Yahoo, and several other email services as well as some hosted email accounts.

Supported Email Protocols: IMAP, POP3, SMTP, and Microsoft Exchange.

Pros

  • Provide rapid email synchronization.
  • Open source, lightweight, and highly configurable.
  • Supports unified email account view.

Cons

  • Sometimes push notification becomes unresponsive.

 

#07 – myMail

myMail is one of the most flexible and user-friendly emailing apps for Android. It provides you with hugely customizable push notifications for all of the email accounts along with support for multiple email account management that are added into the app.

You will also get the ability to filter notifications and emails you are receiving, based on the filters and folders you have created within the app. The app also gives you a “silent mode” that you can customize according to your work-life schedule.

Moreover, the search feature enables you to search through the contacts that are stored in your local storage as well as those stored in your email accounts.

Supported Email Providers: Google Mail, Microsoft Hotmail (Outlook), Yahoo Mail, AOL, GMX, Apple iCloud, and several other email services as well as some hosted email accounts.

Supported Email Protocols: Automatic setup and configuration for IMAP, SMTP, Microsoft Exchange and POP.

Pros

  • Excellent app with simple design and support for multiple email services.
  • Active development and helpful support team.

Cons

  • Lacks some of the advanced email configuration features.

 

#08 – WeMail

WeMail is an intelligently designed email app that provides you with a unified inbox where all of your email accounts are nicely grouped by the sender’s name automatically. That is what makes your email management easy and clutter free, and reduces the overall length of your inbox by up to fifty percent.

Supported Email Providers: Google Mail, Microsoft Outlook, Yahoo Mail, and AOL.

Supported Email Protocols: IMAP. Support for the Exchange ActiveSync will be added shortly.

Pros

  • Advanced search functionality makes it easier than ever to search for any lost mail in your email inbox.
  • Simple to use and visually appealing.

Cons

  • Does not provide auto setup for IMAP email protocol.

 

#09 – Microsoft Outlook

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Microsoft Outlook is a fully featured mobile version of its desktop Outlook program and shares the same user experience as well as the user interface. The email client is very powerful and is well integrated with contacts and calendar.

The app is specifically designed to support Exchange ActiveSync account, but it also allows you to add IMAP and webmail accounts like Apple iCloud, Yahoo Mail, and Gmail.

Pros

  • Focused Inbox displays all your important messages first.
  • Support for smart filters and swipe gestures.
  • Ability to integrate and access cloud storage accounts.

Cons

  • You might face some synchronization issues.
  • Sometimes becomes buggy and unresponsive.

 

#10 – Gmail

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Developer: Google LLC
Price: Free
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Gmail is an official Android emailing app and has been developed by Google itself, which is the reason why it comes preinstalled in every Android smartphone and tablet as a default email app.

Initially, the app was limited to the Gmail accounts only. However, the recent updates have officially added the support for various non-Gmail emailing services and protocols. And the developers have managed to improve it with every new release.

We all are very well aware of the Google’s idea of simplicity and material UI/UX. So the same has been implemented in the Gmail app, making the emailing experience clean and clutter free.

Supported Email Providers: Gmail, Hotmail (Outlook), Yahoo Mail, and several other email services as well as hosted email accounts.

Supported Email Protocols: IMAP, POP, and SMTP.

Pros

  • Support multiple email accounts, seamlessly.
  • Simplified user interface makes it easier to switch and manage different email addresses.
  • Organize emails with labels, stars, and folders.

Cons

  • No separate tab/section for unread emails.
  • Lacks some advanced emailing configurations.

 

#11 – GMX Mail

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Developer: GMX
Price: Free+
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GMX Mail app enables you to effortlessly manage all of your email accounts within one app without any need to install a separate app from your email service provider.

The app allows you to read and manage your email messages via options and the swipe gestures, if you have received an attachment via email then you will be allowed to store it on your phone or directly to your connected online file storage.

You will also be able to manage your email messages in different folders using the Folder Management feature. You can also use the full-screen mode as well as the pinch to zoom function to zoom into your email messages.

Supported Email Providers: Gmail, Hotmail (Outlook), Yahoo, Apple email (iCloud/ME), FastMail, AOL, GMX, Zoho and several other email services as well as some hosted email accounts.

Supported Email Protocols: IMAP, POP3, and SMTP.

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Pros

  • Provide automatic email setup for most of the email services.
  • Enable secure access with pin protection mode.
  • Provide in-app purchases .

Cons

  • Contains ads.

 

#12 – Mail Droid

MailDroid is simply a great email client that focuses on making your whole email experience more practical. The app provides you with a secure and non-vulnerable emailing client that does not have any access to your email account.

It is fully compatible with various email providers and numerous protocols, making it even more powerful and easy to use. There is also an option that allows you to send an email at your customized time. You can even integrate your cloud storage account within the app.

Supported Email Providers: Gmail, Hotmail (Outlook), Yahoo, Apple email (iCloud/ME), FastMail, AOL, and several other email services, as well as some, hosted email accounts via oAuth2.

Supported Email Protocols: Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, IMAP, POP, and SMTP.

Pros

  • Built-in spell check feature.
  • Active support team that helps you out in the case of any unexpected problem or issue.
  • In-app purchases to buy MailDroid Pro, which is an ad-free version.

Cons

  • Contains banner ads on every screen but can be removed with the purchase of pro version.

 

#13 – VMware Boxer

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Developer: Boxer
Price: Free
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VMware Boxer is a smart, fast, and super-efficient email app for Android that is designed to automatically adjust itself to the way you handle your email messages. It is not only limited to emails, but it even allows you to manage your contacts and calendar too.

With Boxer, all of your email accounts will be in one place, allows you to edit/manage emails in bulk, you can customize the swipe functionality to add frequently access function to the swipe, gives you the ability to easily navigate through conversation views, and there are simpler layouts to let you perform fast actions.

Supported Email Providers: Gmail, Hotmail, Microsoft Exchange (2007 and above), Yahoo, Apple email (iCloud/ME) as well as some hosted email accounts.

Supported Email Protocols: IMAP.

Pros

  • Feature to allow you to bulk edit/manage your email messages.
  • Email app is optimized for Android tablets.
  • Ability to protect your email with q PIN or passcode.

Cons

  • Recent update added a check if “Xposed module” is installed or not. If yes, then the app will not work.
  • Sometimes causes crash and force close.

 

#14 – BlackBerry Hub

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Price: Free
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The BlackBerry Hub has gained a lot of popularity recently due to its organizational capabilities as well as the unified inbox, which merges all of your messages and delivers them in one place. And it is not only limited to emails, but it will provide you all the updates about social, calendar, and phone calls in a single app and seamlessly integrates it with your phone.

The app provides you with a conversation view that will let you see and manage all of your messages in a single conversation and with less clutter, you will have the ability to snooze email notifications, and it will allow you to create custom views to further filter and organize your emails.

Supported Email Providers: Gmail, Hotmail (Outlook), Yahoo, Microsoft Exchange, Apple email (Cloud/ME), FastMail, AOL, GMX and several other email services as well as some hosted email accounts.

Supported Email Protocols: IMAP, POP3, and SMTP.

Pros

  • Ability to print email via Android Print Framework or save it to your device as a PDF file.
  • BlackBerry Hub widget will let you manage emails right from the home screen.

Cons

  • You might come across a glitch or bug as the app still requires some polishing.

 

#15 – Yahoo Mail

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Developer: Yahoo
Price: Free+
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Yahoo is a big name and to serve their Android users well, they have developed Yahoo Mail that provides you with the best way to access your email messages on your smartphone and tablet. And compatibility with numerous email services makes it even more powerful for other users.

Yahoo Mail app allows you to keep yourself well organized with all of your email addresses at one place, you can customize the way your inbox looks with various personalization options, and you can use a simple swipe gesture to perform various tasks like delete or mark it as read.

The advanced search function lets you find photos, files, attachments, and more without spending a lot of your time on manually finding those stuff.

Supported Email Providers: Gmail, Hotmail (Outlook), Yahoo, Apple email (Cloud/ME), FastMail, AOL, GMX and several other email services as well as some hosted email accounts.

Supported Email Protocols: IMAP, POP3, and SMTP.

Pros

  • Connects with your Dropbox and Google Drive accounts to send files, photos, and other items via email.
  • Ability to add a new security layer that will require you to open your email with a fingerprint scan or a passcode.
  • Active support staff and frequently updated app makes it a suitable emailing app.

Cons

  • Contains ads.
  • There might be some unexpected sync issues.

 

#16 – Mail Wise

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Mail Wise will provide you with the best email experience, and allows you to easily setup and manage multiple mailing accounts within a single app. It even provides support for both Exchange as well as IMAP emailing protocols.

This email management app is well known for its simplicity, ease of setup, and the greater possibilities for sorting of your emails. And most of the users of the CloudMagic (now known as Newton) are now shifted to MailWise and they are satisfied.

Supported Email Providers: Gmail, Microsoft Exchange Hotmail, Outlook, Yahoo, AOL, and several other email services as well as some hosted email accounts.

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Pros

  • Receive frequent updates and bug fixes.
  • In-app purchases to buy MailWise Pro version with additional features.
  • Dropbox integration for large attachments of up to 150 MB.

Cons

  • Standard signature cannot be edited/removed without pro version.

 

#17 – Inbox by Gmail

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Developer: Google LLC
Price: Free
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Inbox by Gmail was developed to help people in finding the important emails that usually are buried because of the less relevant and promotional stuff. What Inbox actually do is that it helps you in organizing all of your Gmail emails using labels so that you know which label needs to be checked for important emails and stuff.

There is a bundles feature that groups together all the similar email messages so that you can easily keep track of them. The advance search system makes it a lot easier and less time consuming to help you find exactly what you are searching for without spending time on digging through the stack of messages.

Pros

  • The user interface makes it easier to manage emails.
  • Provides reminder and snooze feature.
  • Frequent updates for bug fixes and new features.

Cons

  • Compatible with Gmail emails only.
  • There is no way to select all emails in a single tap.

 

#18 – SolMail

SolMail is a free email client app for Android that let you check and manage multiple email accounts within a single app. And unlike most of the email management apps, this one shows you the spam folder too!

The app supports simplified swipe gestures that let you delete or achieve emails within a second, the in-app sorting feature allows you to sort/categorize all of your emails using some predefined filters like starred, with attachments, unread email messages, and even those emails that are sent to you only.

If you have many folders within your email account and you want the app to sync only selected folders then you can instruct it to do that. And the app even allows you to use stickers within the emails so that you can express more while emailing.

Supported Email Providers: Gmail, Hotmail (Outlook), Yahoo Mail, Apple email (iCloud/ME), FastMail, AOL (American Online), GMX, MSN, QQ, Naver, Nate, Daum (hanmail), and several other email services as well as some hosted email accounts.

Supported Email Protocols: IMAP, POP3, and SMTP.

Pros

  • Provide optimized view for Android tablets.
  • Allows you to customize the font size.
  • No in-app purchases.
  • No ads.

Cons

  • Sometimes the sync might not work well but could be fixed by contacting the support staff.

 

#19 – Mail.Ru

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Developer: Mail.Ru Group
Price: Free
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Mail.Ru is one of those emailing client apps for Android smartphones and tablets that support a wide range of email services out of the box. The user interface is a lot more streamlined to make the emailing experience less cluttered.

The app has a completely customizable smart push notification system that will help you keep yourself notified about the important emails without any confusion as you can configure it to receive notifications from specific emails or folders during a fixed time period to keep yourself protected from annoying notifications about least important emails.

There is a protected folder feature where you can store crucial information and emails, and protect it with a password. Moreover, all the emails along with the attachments that you have received will be cached on your device so that you can effortlessly access them even while you are offline.

Supported Email Providers: Gmail, Hotmail (Outlook), Yahoo, Apple email (Cloud/ME), FastMail, AOL, GMX and several other email services as well as some hosted email accounts.

Supported Email Protocols: IMAP, POP3, and SMTP.

Pros

  • Optimized for Android tablets and smartphones.
  • Provide filtered and customizable push-notifications.
  • An inbuilt personal spam filter.
  • Frequently updated with new features, performance, and bug fixes.

Cons

  • Contains ads and there’s no option to remove them.

 

#20 – Newton Mail (Formerly Known As CloudMagic)

The once popular, the most reliable, and one of the highly rated email apps, CloudMagic for Android has been rebranded into the premium Newton Mail, which made it the most expensive email app (about $50 a year).

Apart from the hefty pricing, the app comes packed with several remarkable features that you may never find in any other email app on Android. And those features are; Read Receipts that will track your emails and let you know when it was opened by the recipient, and Send Later that allows you to schedule an email message to be sent at a custom time.

If you are ready to dish out $50 annually just to manage your email messages along with the ‘supercharged’ features, only then I would suggest to go ahead and take a 14-days trial. Else, you already know about the nineteen other Newton Mail alternatives. 😉

Supported Email Providers: Gmail, Hotmail (Outlook), Yahoo Mail, Apple email (iCloud/ME), AOL, and several other email services as well as some hosted email accounts like Google Apps.

Supported Email Protocols: IMAP, Office 365, and Microsoft Exchange.

Pros

  • Optimized for Android tablets, smartphones, and Android Wear.
  • Read receipt for every email message.
  • Snooze your emails.
  • Undo send option.

Cons

  • Offer in-app purchase subscription for $49.99 per year.

 

 

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