Streak - CRM for Gmail 4+

Streak Inc

Designed for iPad

    • 4.3 • 18 Ratings
    • Free



Manage customers or deals right inside Gmail.

No more back and forth between your inbox and other tools.

Streak can be used for CRM, sales, email support, hiring, product management, fundraising, event planning, and more!

* Access your Gmail inbox from within the app! Check mail, send emails, etc.
* Organize all emails from a customer or deal together.
* Keep track of status, notes, and details of each customer.
* Quickly find deals that need your attention with pipeline filters.
* Share information within your team and keep everyone in the loop.
* See every email between a customer and your team.

* Speed up sending repetitive emails with custom templates
* Easy shortcuts make writing emails a breeze


Gmail is a trademark of Google Inc.

What’s New

Version 4.1.6

Fixes crashes that could occur in mailbox view, contact view, and organization view under iOS 16.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

Subterreign ,

Updated: All kinds of awesome now

I’ve been a user from pretty much the beginning. The recent major rebuild of this app is incredible, providing so much more control over boxes than one used to have. No more setting Due Dates but then having to go back to the desktop version to add Due Times. That alone has been a long-awaited game-changer for my productivity, but the sleeker interface and better performance are also great. And I can see they also recently fixed a bug I’d reported so that attachments can be easily viewed at full scale in both iPad and iPhone versions. Dude, I can’t wait for just a couple more things like either ability to also access one’s Saved Views, or simpler or set sort preferences for boxes by stage, barring them just defaulting to by Due Date. While a few of its features I use rarely or never, I’m in Streak and rely on it heavily every day, and the iOS version is now doing almost everything I normally need. Major props to the team behind it, and looking forward to next updates as always.

Another1234 ,

Login process broken again

Something has happened twice now with the login process breaking - or at least it has with two-factor authentication. The first time took a couple weeks but then a new version was released. This latest version broke again and it's been at least two weeks since it's been broken again. Basically, if you quit the app, you have to go through the two-factor authorization again - even if you had clicked the "remember this device for 30 days". And sometimes other bugs will present themselves (unrelated- I think) which forces you to quit the app but then you have to go through the 2-factor authentication again. I have to do it though since my business is running on Streak right now. I just have an unreliable time with on on mobile which is a bummer :(. I'm sure they'll fix it, but potential customers should know that the iOS fixes are not speedy to be released.
EDIT: Appears that all I had to do was delete the app altogether, and then re-download it for the login issue (above) to resolve. That cleared the specific issue up for me. I had been so desperate for this to work that I randomly tried that and lo and behold, that's what did the trick! :)

kevinkevikev ,

Two major bugs

When writing a new email, I can’t add the email to a box. That’s a major bug. The feature is there but doesn’t work. You can click add to box, and highlight the box you want to add the email to, but when you hit select nothing happens. You can’t go to a box and click on an email within it and then email that person back either. If you have a box with an email chain in it, all you can do is look at the emails. You can’t send any emails from within the box. You can open a brand new email, but again, you can’t add it to a box. Using an iPhone 12.

App Privacy

The developer, Streak Inc, 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
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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

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