Launch the app from your homescreen, type your note and it's sent directly to your preferred email address.
Also integrates with other apps, which is great for quickly emailing yourself links from Chrome, Twitter, etc.
If you use Captio or Squarespace Note on iPhone, this is your perfect Android alternative.
Set up 1-click sharing and use the power of Android to automatically share your content without the need for a compose window. Email Yourself will use your phone's Google account to authenticate with Gmail's server so you can quickly share and move on.
Or create shortcuts on your home screen to your favorite email apps with the To, Subject, and Body pre-populated. No need to fill in the email addresses every time. It's great for emailing yourself a quick note, and makes Getting Things Done (GTD) a breeze.
If you want to share a news article or recent photos with your friends and family, just click Email Yourself from the Share menu, and select their shortcut. Your email app will pop up with the emails filled, along with the content you're sharing.
See http://jeffangelini.com/my-email-android-app/ for more information.
You can use your Gmail Inbox as a to do list or note archive. A storage for your ideas or reminders for later review. With just a few taps, all the precious things in your mind will be safe in your inbox, available on all your devices! Never loose an idea again because you were not able to write it down.
Email to Self it's also very useful for quick communication with friends, wife or family and colleagues.
TIP: Gmail inbox support aliases with plus '+' character. For example, if your email address is firstname.lastname@example.org, you can send emails to the address email@example.com. You can then create a filter on this address to assign label or perform actions. For more info on this please see https://support.google.com/mail/answer/12096
- Send an email fast with only one button (after writing the text)
- Uses your Gmail account as sender
- Manages list of recipient addresses
- You don't need to choose sender and recipient every time
- The sender email address must be a Gmail account configured on your Android device
Please note that this is a Beta app. For problems, questions, feature request or any other improvements please drop us an email!
This app will let you send an email to yourself as soon as you can type it out! First line of the message will become the subject of the email, and the rest will become the body.
No ads. This app is currently in beta - let me know if you encounter any issues.
Planned Features for the free version:
* Dark theme
* Que up messages if not connected
* Option to add "Pinned" notification.
Please email any issues/feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org, and review if you find it useful.
Note there will a Pro version later - tags, widgets, sharing, etc...
Other shout outs:
Pairs well with Notification Toggle https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.j4velin.notificationToggle
Demo Music Track: “Reckless” (by Azureflux) https://soundcloud.com/azureflux
Q: So all this does is send an email to myself? Can’t I just do it myself through my email app?
A: Yes and yes. But if you’re like me and you send yourself notes all the time, time savings of 50% make this app very useful. Sending from your email takes longer because you need to:
Open the email app (which takes longer to launch).
You have to hit compose.
Select yourself as recipient.
Type the subject.
Type the body.
Where as with mynderMail you just:
type your whole note in one textarea (including the subject).
Q: I have an idea for a feature. Can you have the app do X?
A: Probably, though the Free version is fairly complete. Most of the new features will be added to the Pro version when it is released. You can send your suggestions to me, and if it’s not already on the list and the suggestion makes it into the app, I’ll gift you a Pro version.
SendMyMail is launched a mail app to send to yourself.
Select [share] by other app menu, please select [#Send mail to me] of this app from share app list.
It will be launched a mail app with automatically setting my email address.
[This version is Text Only]
Well, now this process became a whole lot easier!
This simple FREE app will enable you to do so in only 1 quick step: Simply enter yourself the note, and click send! That's it - the reminder is in your mail!