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What’s New

Version 1.4.8

Performance improvements and bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
114 Ratings

114 Ratings

rubwano ,

Very promising

This app requires a different kind of review.

The app was only recently released with only a relatively small team to maintain it. Taking all of this into consideration it is impressive and I left Google and Microsoft for it. I believe in this team. They will bring us something great in the future while Gmail and Outlook are only getting way too bloated.


* Make sure that the features in the mobile version match those in the web version

* Snooze emails

* Ability to easily handle split inboxes in the app (especially creating/renaming a new inbox and sending emails to another inbox in an easy fashion)

* Ability to rename the Other inbox

* Ability to group a emails together and change the subject. Some people just have a bad habit of replying to an email with a new email without a subject. Or we receive emails with subjects that really do not clarify their content. This feature would enable us to add this “new” emails with different subjects to the original conversation and determine how we call this conversation (local change-our contacts would only see their own original subject)

* Pull to refresh is not implemented or it doesn't work on my phone. It is a simple but necessary feature.

* Polishing and speeding up things. Too many rough edges to mention them all in a short review. But this is to be expected and not something in the complain category with a young indie app like this.

Developer Response ,

Hi rubwano, thanks for the review and all the incredible feedback, it's been shared with our team. Many of these suggestions are already planned or in the works.

If you have any questions, issues, or suggestions in the future, please be sure to submit a request at 🙂

TimBonney ,

Good Email Service, Needs a Few Feature Additions

I like the way OnMail allows you to block unwanted emails. I also really appreciate being able to import and use other email addresses with the service. I like the labels and split inbox feature.

OnMail could really use a snooze function which is standard in many email apps. Also the ability to forward your email to another address would be helpful. With those features I would give it 5 stars.

Developer Response ,

Hi Tim, thanks for the feedback.

Snooze is something we're considering for our roadmap! We don't have plans for auto-forwarding of messages to another address, but we may reconsider this in the future.

If you have any questions, issues, or suggestions in the future, please be sure to submit a request at 🙂

Schoncher ,

Potential to go all the way when it works correctly

It looks cool and is pretty straightforward. It gives you a chance to knowingly use your habits to inform your inbox. But the app can’t consistently delete an email. About 90% of the time when I delete an email via the app, the email is still there the next time I open the app. This is not a problem, however, when I delete an email from the web browser, it always deletes. That inconsistency, to me, is a greater issue of reliability.

Sometimes the system struggles to consistently move/align emails from the same senders into the same inboxes. And there’s no calendar integration or Mail app (iOS) integration.

In all, I use OnMail as a backup account for emails I don’t want littering my primary email. I thought this would be a good replacement for Gmail, but I’m not yet convinced. Still someway to go before I would pay for their services or use OnMail as a primary email service.

Developer Response ,

Hi Schoncher, thanks for the review and the feedback. We're aware of this issue regarding deleting messages, it's impacting a small group of our users and we're currently investigating/making sure there's a fix in place ASAP.

Calendar functionality is part of our roadmap and will be added in the near future, so stay tuned!

Unsure of what you mean by struggling to move/"align" emails from the same senders into the same inboxes – could you please elaborate? Feel free to contact us directly with more info and we can take a closer look, please be sure to submit a request at 🙂

App Privacy

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