6 Apps That Make Managing E-Mail Easy

Even if you don’t get hundreds of messages a day, most people feel some frustration with e-mail. Here are several good apps that can help.

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VeroMag
VeroMag

Hi Christina!

mxHero also offers an app with a  bunch of super helpful features for managing emails.

You should take a look: http://toolbox.mxhero.com/

I've tried Boomerang in the past but been really disappointed with their service lately.

JudithGalloway9
JudithGalloway9

The new Ark Mail App has drastically improved my mobile emailing.Beautiful layout, easy to send Dropbox attachments, and even provides you with a profile for each of your email contacts with links to all of their social media accounts. I downloaded it at http://www.ark.com

dnls64
dnls64

This K-9 Mail app has a bug and other fatal flaws.  First, there was a bug when using Condensed view that prevented users from touching or opening links in their email.  Instead of fixing this bug, they opted to disable the Condensed view.  Condensed view makes HTML email appear in a single column and is required unless you want to pan around to read an html email message.  There is no fit-to-screen option like the Gmail app.  Furthermore, you can send in plain text only, but you cannot view in plain text so you are forced to view messages in HTML and pan around to look at it.  I say look at it because reading email this way is almost impossible on the phone.  K-9 Mail is a nice open source app, but until these bugs are fixed and condensed view is enabled along with a fit-2-screen option, I am forced to use the Gmail app.