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The 7 Best Email Apps for Android of 2022

Chances are that your Android tablet or smartphone came pre-installed with an email application. You may not like the default email app, but there are many other email apps available in the Google Play Store. How can you choose the best one?

To help you choose the right app for you, we’ve compiled a list of top Android mail apps. These apps are not ranked in any particular order. However, each app includes a list that highlights what we love and dislike about the application.

01 of 07

Easy to Setup and Designed Best: Blue Mail

What We Like

  • People Centric allows you to focus your inbox on live conversation.
  • It is simple to use the well-designed interface.
  • Intelligent Counter allows you to display a badge showing all unread mail or new unread messages.
  • You can view a preview of your message and mark it Read, or delete it from the app.

What we don’t like

  • Sometimes the app is slow and unresponsive, especially after updates. To fix this problem and restore functionality, you will need to uninstall the app and reinstall it.

Blue Mail is an excellent, free email app with tons of great features. It can be used with many email providers including Gmail, Yahoo Mail and Outlook. It supports IMAP, POP3, Exchange and autoconfiguration. Blue Mail makes it easy to set up an account. It took just three taps to create a Gmail account in our testing. Blue Mail supports multiple email accounts.

Other features include

  • Dark themes that can automatically change from day to night.
  • Rich text signatures are easily configurable and allow for stylized text or images.
  • Compatible with Android Wear
  • Email management made easy with a customisable swipe menu and email view actions
  • You can mark emails to be dealt with later and set reminders so that nothing goes unread again. Mark the message as Done when you are done. This will allow you to quickly check if you have replied or not.
  • Email filters that are easy to use

Download Blue Mail

02 of 07

Built for Android: Gmail

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  • You can import mail from other accounts and send mail to Gmail just like if you were using another account.

  • The Undo feature allows you to send emails and undelete messages again.
  • You have many search options to choose from, including advanced options and search engines that will help you find messages quickly.
  • You don’t have to worry about how many emails are stored on 15GB.
  • You can easily create your own rules
  • An excellent spam filter.

What we don’t like

  • Users can become tired of learning new features and constantly changing the Gmail interface through frequent updates and changes.

  • Gmail is a Google App. Some users are concerned about privacy because of the amount of information Google holds.

  • Gmail is becoming more popular for advertisements, even though they are well-designed.

Gmail is the most popular email app for Android, and with good reason. Gmail is completely free and works well with Android. It integrates with other Google services and works well on Android devices. It’s easy to add multiple Gmail account to one device .

Gmail works with multiple email accounts.

Other features include

  • Gmail Offline allows you to access your emails and to queue up emails for when the app goes online.
  • It integrates with Google Calendar, Google Tasks, making it easier to be productive and well-organized.
  • Configurable auto-responder.
  • You can customize your themes.
  • Integration with Google Pay

Download Gmail

03 of 07

Expandable Functionality: Aqua Mail

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  • You can quickly select multiple emails by simply swiping to the left.
  • Easy navigation, intuitive.
  • Organization is easy with color-coded labels
  • Displays for messages and message lists can be customized down to the font size and color of the mail separators.

What we don’t like

  • Calendar integration is not possible.
  • A ‘Pro’ license allows you to access many features.
  • Advertisements are included in the free version.

Aqua Mail is like many other Android email apps. It allows you to connect with multiple email services including Gmail and Hotmail, Outlook.com. Yahoo Mail, Microsoft 365 and Exchange Mail. Aqua Mail is easy to set up and customizable so that users can make it theirs.

Aqua Mail integrates with many third-party addons to enhance the usability of the email service.

Other features include:

  • Signatures that can be customized with stylized text or images
  • Integration with Android Wear smartwatches
  • You can customize your themes.

Download Aqua Mail

04 of 07

All Email Access

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  • You can access multiple mail services using one app.
  • The app gives you access to many email providers that aren’t available through other email apps.
  • Smart Caller ID, a useful add-on that works in real time, is an excellent feature.

What we don’t like

  • It can be difficult to choose an All Email Access account when you share something from your device, or from the internet.
  • The interface is not intuitive.

All Email Access is the right app for you if you have multiple email accounts from different email service providers. Although it is compatible with over 50 email service providers, it does not seamlessly integrate all your accounts. The app is functional and the Caller ID integration with mail feature is useful when you need to access your mail options from the screen.

All Email Access

05 of 07

Excellent Email Encryption: ProtonMail

What We Like

  • You can send encrypted email to anyone, and you can use auto-encryption to send mail to other Proton Mail users.
  • Expiring messages set a time limit for how long sensitive information can be available for recipients to view.
  • You can customize your swipe gestures to control how you manage your email.

What we don’t like

  • The Pro license does not cover all features.
  • The free account has a storage limit of 500MB. You can purchase additional storage.

Email encryption is essential if you send sensitive information via email. ProtonMail is a trusted and well-respected encrypted email service provider. Users can have one email address, and send up 150 encrypted emails per day. This is sufficient for most users. However, if you are a power user, it may not be enough.

To receive and decrypt email, mail recipients don’t need to be ProtonMail subscribers. The encryption process is simple and straightforward. Only you can open encrypted email if you have given the password.

Download ProtonMail

06 of 07

Easy User Interface and Simple to Use: Nine Emails and a Calendar

What We Like

  • Automated email setup for many email service, including Gmail and Office 365, Yahoo Mail, Exchange Online and Yahoo Mail.
  • Includes Contacts, Tasks and Notes.
  • Supports Android Wear.

What we don’t like

  • When roaming, automatic syncing may not always work.
  • It is not a free app. After a two week trial, functionality is restricted unless the user has paid extra.

Nine Email and Calendar may be the best choice for you if you are looking for an email program that is easy to use and has a great user interface. Although it has all the usual features of email applications such as a rich text editor and global email address, along with calendar and contacts functionality, there’s nothing new in this app. It is simple and easy to use.

Nine Email and Calendar supports multiple accounts and uses SSL security. However, the best thing about this email app is that it’s not cloud-based. Emails and account information do not reside in the cloud. They are saved on your device. This means that you don’t have to worry about any cloud-based security breaches over which you have no control.

Download Nine Emails and a Calendar

07 of 07

Super Strong Encryption: Tutanota

What We Like

  • You can enable encryption for every message you send. However, you can turn it off if you don’t need it.
  • Emails sent without encryption are stored on the Tutanota server encrypted.
  • Even attachments can be encrypted automatically if encryption is disabled.

What we don’t like

  • You cannot attach files in bulk. Each file must be selected and attached individually.
  • It does not sync with any other mail services.
  • Users will be charged an additional fee for certain features.

Tutanota, another encrypted email service, is also available. Although it doesn’t sync to existing email accounts, you can still use the account to send encrypted email or disable encryption for messages that don’t need to be sensitive. Tutanota’s password requirement to set up the application on your Android device is a very attractive feature. Tutanota, unlike other mail providers requires that users create strong passwords to set up their account. There is no risk that someone could accidentally give the bad guys access to your account by using a weak password.

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Email recipients don’t have to be Tutanota members to access messages you send. The recipient must have the password that you set for the message to access the web interface.

One user can use the free account, which includes 1GB storage that is not expandable. Users with free accounts also have limited search abilities. Customers who purchase a Tutanota licence have unlimited search, inbox rules, filters, and aliases.

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