I have tried many of the email clients on android and this is the one that is stuck with. It pretty much is alI I was looking for, with the beautiful ui, ease of use for multiple email accounts and the stacks for sorting. One suggestion would be that when you get an email that belongs to a created stack the option to be added to display the stack as a folder in the inbox to get rid of the clutter like Inbox by Google has done. Otherwise it's amazing app and would highly recommend it.
Definitely the best email app I've found. The only complaint I have is I am unable to set up the exchange account for work. When I try it say we are experiencing difficulties with no advice on how to correct the issue.
Glad I stumbled upon this app Pro: Stacks. I especially like the Photo and File stacks which sorts thru all of your accounts locating all pix and files and places them under easily accessible shortcuts. I also like how this service scans all folders and will display unread counts for each, unlike any other Android mail app I've used. There's also views for All Trash, Spam, Archive, etc which I value. Cons: Needs fingerprint sign in. Less ability to customize compared to my other favorite email app. I want to be able to change placement of buttons and have 6 swipe button options. I'd also like to see the dark theme alter emails in the same manner as the inbox view. Viewing in a dark place makes alternating between inbox view and mail view a blinding experience. I have been spoiled with Type Mail's level of app customization and would like to see a lot of those features implemented here. Overall, a very good job and I'll certainly continue to use it daily.
I like this application for my different email accounts it's easy to use and has what you need right at your fingertips.
Its a neat interface too bad I am unable to connect to exchange for work e-mail. So I have to switch to another email client
Must install as it has got a great outlook though it needs work on trash as it never gets cleared.
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