Are you looking for an email app that does more than just delivers your email to your phone? As you probably already know, not all email apps work the same way. Some just deliver your email and that’s it, other’s are only accessible by a web browser and some are so user friendly that they help you organize your emails without even asking them to.
The best email apps can improve your productivity, add appointments to your calendar, sync contacts and calendar dates across devices, bring multiple email addresses into the same singular app and more. Whether you’re looking for an app that syncs up all your information or one that helps you get to your appointments on time; there’s an email app on this list worth trying out. All these apps should work no matter which internet service you have, whether its through HuhgesNet, Verizon, AT&T or others.
Available on: Android, iOS, & Windows
Outlook is number one on our list for a good reason; at the end of the day it’s still the best email app around for business. You can tie in all of your emails, attachments, calendars and files all in one place. It works with Exchange, Office 365, Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo and even iCloud email accounts. We particularly enjoy one of the most recently added new features called the ‘Do Not Disturb’ setting on iOS which prioritizes work from home time that really updates the service into 2021.
Available on: Android & iOS
Gmail is preloaded onto Android devices, but you can also download it for free on iOS too. If you regularly use Google services like Google Drive, Google Calendar, or already have a Gmail account; why not use the app too? The Gmail app allows users to add multiple Gmail accounts, get notifications sent to their own, easily add events to your Google calendar and even has a undo send feature when you’re in a crunch.
Available on: Android & iOS
Cost: Free to 24 Euros a month
ProtonMail is self-proclaimed as the largest secure email service in the world. Known for their end to end encryption, open-source coding and above all its security. Signing up for the free email account option includes 500Mb storage, 150 messages per day and limited support. If you upgrade you’ll get other cool stuff like increased storage, custom labels and the ability to use your own domain.
Available on: iOS only
Cost: $9.99 a month
Airmail is the most user friendly email app that is designed with ease of use and customization in mind. Some of Airmail’s most sought after features are iCloud sync, Apple Watch notifications, customizable swipes, multiple email accounts, multiple signatures, contacts, document importing from popular cloud services and more. Airmail is so good that it won the Apple Design Award in 2017.
Available on: Android
Cost: Free to $19.99
Aqua Mail is the go to email app for security individuals that use Android devices. With the latest encryption protocols, DKIM and SPF validation; your emails will be more secure than before.Aqua Mail supports multiple email providers like Gmail, Yahoo, Apple, AOL, Hotmail and more. To make more out of Aqua Mail you can turn on notifications for your Android smartwatch, calendar sync, contact sync and back up and restore. Aqua Mail is free, but if you want to unlock additional features, you can purchase the app for a one time cost of $19.99.