Boomerang : Email myself

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About this app

Send yourself notes, reminders, todos, files or pictures in one tap.

- Multiple addresses support (eg : personal and professional).
- Dark mode.
- Customize email's subject and from fields.
- Send multiple files at once.
Updated on
Oct 30, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Personal info
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

477 reviews
Nancy Rector
July 9, 2021
Great mail yourself app with attachment ability! Been using MeMail for years but it wouldn't show up in certain situations and this does. SMALL ISSUE: I can't hit SEND if data/wireless are off at night. (I use this frequently if I wake up & think of something I need reminded of.) MeMail would allow me to "send", placing the email in the outbox which would auto send once I turned wireless/data back on. Could possibly be a deal breaker for me. Unless that feature is coming soon.
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Michael DiGregorio
May 17, 2020
I came upon this app out of necessity. Until a few days ago, I used an IFTTT applet for a similar function, but it stopped working all of a sudden. Found Boomerang, and it is exactly what I need! I like that the developer is active on it, which makes me feel better about its longevity. One thing I actually like more than my IFTTT applet is that, with IFTTT, if I tried to send a note when not connected to wifi/data, it would try to send (causing the note to disappear), and then give me an error. Boomerang, however, will notify of the network error while still keeping the note on screen. This means I no longer have to select/copy every one of my notes before clicking send, just in case of a connection issue. I can wait to copy once notified of any issue. Though it somehow saving the note and sending it automatically once connection is established would actually be a better solution, I understand that would more be the function of a email program, not just a note taking app. The last suggestion I would have would be what I saw another reviewer suggestion--the ability to enter smtb info to avoid any third-party servers. I'm *not* suggesting the developer is doing anything nefarious. But it's always better to err on the side of caution. That said, not only would I gladly pay a few bucks for an app that has the features I described above, I would also pay for it in its current state. It is definitely a huge time saver for me compared to what I used to do. Thanks, dev! :-)
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Riccardo Gherardi
October 24, 2021
No nonsense app that flawlessly does what advertised! 1 star removed for two minor annoyances: A) the app closes slowly (~1 second) on my phone, regardless of the kind of connectivity I'm under. It appears to wait for send success, then displays a banner, then proceeds to minimize. All the above could be hidden from user in the happy case B) inability to buffer messages when without connectivity -- this happens to me with some frequency and I find myself regressing to Gmail
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Thomas Kientz
October 26, 2021
Buffering messages when without connectivity is on the list. For the app auto closing, I will look into how to improve it. Thanks for the feedback !