It’s easy to connect this app to your email service, particularly the most popular ones—Yahoo, Hotmail and Gmail—and is just a matter of installing it and inputting your email login credentials. From there, the app sets up a smart inbox that includes messages that might require attention, or ones you might need to return to later. What’s nice about AquaMail is it’s highly customizable.
You can sort messages in a myriad of ways such as by date and time in reverse (in case you suspect you might have missed an older message), by sender or starred messages, or by attachments—meaning you prioritize the ones than include them.
The color scheme is adjustable, and you can turn on handy features such as a two-panel interface that looks nice on tablets, or night mode, which disables sounds and vibration. You can create custom quick responses you can tap to add to messages such as “I’m traveling and won’t be able to respond as quickly as usual” or “I’m running errands but will read your email later today.” Other options include the ability to request a read receipt so you know when someone opens your message, as well as the ability to mark a message as high priority.
The free version lets you connect two email accounts and includes in the signature a line about how your mail is sent using AquaMail. To get rid of that promo, or to sync more accounts, you can ante up for the paid version.
This article was written by Christina DesMarais and originally appeared on Techlicious.
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