A straightforward, functional, easy to set up, easy to use, flexible email app with customisable GUI. Well it's perfect for me !!! Yes, I used to think this was a great app and I used it for quite a while. However problems appeared after updating to Android 5.1.1. I contacted Kaiten but there is no response. I CAN ONLY ASSUME THIS IS NO LONGER A SUPPORTED PRODUCT. SO WHY IS IT STILL FOR SALE?
Very similar to K-9 Mail but with easier menus and 1 touch buttons. There are a LOT more options than K-9 Mail and easier to use. I do recommend allowing us to be able to create new folders. I need a folder to save certain emails to in order to keep them separate from the rest in the inbox and a way to stop the mail send/receive process once started.
Project seems to be dead I bought this app because I read that this app is the one which is actively developed while K9 will eventually get updates later on. And because I wanted to support the developer with money. However, the last update is now long time ago. And while K9 already works with OpenKeyChain Kaiten does not. In fact, I don't see any reason why I should stay with Kaiten. K9 seems to be as powerful and there are also add ons.
Has too may bugs I paid for this app more than a year ago and since have made many attempts to start using it on my smartphone and tablet rather than the stock email android app. It has never worked properly. Although boxes are checked for immediate deletion from server, deleted emails still remain on my other device. Also in my Gmail account, read messages continue to show as unread on one device but show as read on other. I liked the K9 Mail on my smartphone and wanted to use Kaiten Mail on my tablet and smartphone but I finally give up and will continue using the stock android email app which is very simple to use and without bells and whistles BUT works seamlessly.
Move functionality has a small bug + feature requests 1.Every time I move a mail to a folder, the next time I want to move a mail, the previously selected folder is shifted one up, means I have to scroll one up again. 2. Support for colored html mails would be great (viewing them as priority). 3. Server search (IMAP) isn't very reliable / could be improved
Was 5 stars, now "left for dead" I loved this email app, bought the pro version, and used it happily for a long time. Sadly, the dev seems to have moved on. It still works well on 4.X, but it has some idiosyncracies on lollipop that I couldn't live with, so I moved away from it to Aquamail, which is actually quite a bit better, and the free version includes most features your average person would use.
• Added work-around for Asus Transformer display bug
• Added support for apps that don't know how to properly use Android's 'share' functionality
• Avoid adding the same recipient twice when using "reply to all"
• Fixed a bug with IMAP Push that could cause excessive battery drain
• Fixed problems with inline images not showing on KitKat
• Updated Dutch, Ukrainian, Brazilian Portuguese, French, Slovak, Danish, Russian translation
• More bug fixes
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