Mail 4+

Apple

    • 4.5 • 118K Ratings
    • Free

Description

Create, access and manage mail from all your emails accounts in one place. Add images, scan documents, create sketches and attach files using the handy Format Bar. Organize your inbox by setting a reminder for emails you want to get back to, scheduling emails to send at a designated time and receiving follow ups to emails you sent but never received a response for. Catch up on email with more peace of mind with Mail Privacy Protection, which prevents email senders from learning information about your Mail activity.

Features

• Access email from iCloud, Gmail, Exchange, Yahoo, and Outlook as well as many other email providers - all in one place.

• View all of your accounts in a single inbox, choose a specific mailbox or filter to see just Unread or Flagged messages.

• Manage your inbox by scheduling emails, receiving follow up reminders for sent emails and setting reminders for emails you want to return to.

• Flag important contacts as VIPs to receive notifications when their emails arrive.

• Triage email messages using swipe gestures that help you quickly archive, delete, flag, or mark messages as read or unread.

• Add images, scan documents, create sketches, attach files and access text formatting tools from the handy Format bar.

• Use Markup to add drawings, comments, or a signature to photos and documents.

• Use Mail Drop to send large attachments from any account through iCloud.

• Improved search with intelligent search that corrects typos and use synonyms.

• Use Mail Privacy Protection to hide your IP address and prevent senders from seeing your mail activity.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
118K Ratings

118K Ratings

nightflyre9 ,

Almost there . . .

Some of Apple’s native apps leave much to be desired, so I was dubious when I decided to give Apple Mail a shot. But I have to say, it’s an improvement over Gmail - at least for me. The main reason I ditched Gmail is the lack of a “select all” button to delete multiple emails simultaneously - something I consider a must. Having this option in Apple Mail is extremely convenient. I simply select all emails at once and uncheck the ones I want to keep. I also like the clean UI and all the mailbox customization options. Everything is very easy to use. However, one complaint is that flagged emails should be automatically removed from the inbox and show ONLY in the “flagged” folder. There is no logical need for them to remain in the inbox, too. This makes it inconvenient when I want to delete multiple inbox emails at once, because I have to separate the flagged emails first. Also, something I miss from Gmail is the colored icon headings that individualize emails and make them pop. For these two reasons, I rate the app four stars, instead of five. Otherwise, very good work.

salazam ,

Decent mail app if it worked

It keeps forgetting my Outlook password. I'll put it in again and it will work for a few hours then it will forget it again and not let me log in at all. Then maybe a day later it will work again.

Edit: Fixed the password issue by creating an Outlook account instead of the Exchange account. I had created the Exchange account because of the password issue in the past with my Outlook account. Hopefully it sticks. So far so good. Two minutes of using the horrible dedicated Outlook app had me running back to this app to figure out a solution. This app is less cluttered, more streamlined and easier for me to use than the Outlook app which seems to be so dumbed down it actually impedes its functionality. Floating icons that get in the way. You can't even insert photos in-line, you have to attach them. Forget responding to an email without it creating weird threads and hiding emails. But this review isn't about that app, it's about this one. As long as it functions properly this is my go-to email client. The only feature I'm not too keen about is the "undo send". When I hit send I want the email to send. Not hang around in my outbox. Other than that. Zero complaints.

Super Snarfer ,

The Apple Is Rotting Away

Ok, Apple. We get it. You’re a large corporation at war with other large corporations over internet dominance. You’re willing to use your customers as means to your ends. So it’s no great surprise when we try to read emails on this app that we get messages like “Account Error” or “This message was not downloaded from the server.” In my case, it happens all the time with my AOL and Gmail accounts. What is a nifty little surprise is that those same messages show up with my iCloud email account. That’s the funny thing about the battles in life. Once you start them, you never know where it will end. So tell us, Apple, are you at war with yourselves??? Or is it ever increasing incompetence and arrogance??? The dissatisfaction with this app and other native iOS apps speaks to a bigger problem for you, Apple. Things on our devices don’t work as well as they once did. Your customers are trying to tell you something and you don’t seem to be listening any longer. Bigger companies than you have gone out of business, companies that everyone thought would be around forever. Think Sears. Think it can’t happen to you? The nonsense with this app has been going on for over a year now. Email is a basic iOS function. For once, listen to your customers and get this thing fixed.

App Privacy

The developer, Apple, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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