impossible to zoom into an email
Battery hungry And oldfashioned. Needs polishing very much.
Light weight, functional and stable The Android default email app is v boring n dull. I use K-9 for my two Outlook, one Yahoo and one own domain accounts. My two Gmail accounts are handled by default Gmail app. Though I thought it was slow in push notifications, but that seems to be working ok now. Everything I want from an email app works flawlessly in K-9. It's lightweight and superior in overall performance. Thumbs up!
Great email client I have used K9 for years, since my Galaxy S1 and now on my Google Pixel with Android 7.1. I did notice sync randomly being disabled on the new device and found this is due to doze (battery save) in the kernel. Once I removed the app from doze it now works great as usual and with three accounts that sync at 5,10 and 30 minute intervals only uses about 6℅ battery life in a 14 hour period. I actively use K9 throughout the day to send mail as well, usually large mail with pictures. Best by far of all clients.
At last! I use my tablet for traveling, hence I want things to be relatively simple, not to interfere with apps/programs on my main computer, and to be easy and quick while I'm on the road. Other apps just tried to do too much and did little well. I had resigned myself to only using web-based apps (what to do when, as I often am, out of WiFi contact)😟 Thank you for K-9!
Room for improvement but brilliant Having tried many email clients, this replaced subs supported Profimail for me. Setup takes some getting used to and some areas could be improved but it is great and reliable. EDIT: three years later I still like it but I wish it used concurrent connections that would dramatically reduce delays. Also, forward as attachment would be good.
Changes in v5.010:
• Fixed packaging error; v5.009 was missing translations in some cases
Changes in v5.009:
• Protect against the Surreptitious Sharing vulnerability
• Improved MIME type handling when other apps share files to K-9 Mail