I used to use this for years...gave it up for BlueMail. Trying it out again, using pro, it's not bad. The one thing I'm not liking much is when a new message comes in, in my notification panel, I can expand the email notification, I get the option to forward or reply, but... But. But... No option to delete. It would be perfect if I could have the option to delete from the expanded notification. Other than that... It's great. Many options.. Great layout. Seems reliable. Definitely worth giving it a try
Still got some issues Ive been using the app for months and experiencing some issues during those time. The major one is sometimes the app wont load or sync the emails. Even after i close the app. Inet connection is working fine during those times
Was great, now it's broken. I've used this app for a few years. Loved it til recently. After the last few updates, it freezes and closes almost every time I open it. Mostly when I try to delete an email. It's becoming useless. Please fix ASAP.
Who's managing update testing Using all kinds of power the last couple of days. 60% of my usage and out of power 6 hours early. Used over 2 gig of my data plan last night while I was sleeping. Now I have data off until my plan resets.
Best android email client Had been looking for so long for an app that allows us to set where our sent emails be stored other than the default device sent folder. Another great feature is the html signature. Only setback is that we are unable to go to the next email by swiping on the current email. You need to tap the back arrow and tap on the next email.
Syncs mail, works with exchange, dark theme and many features. Definitely a good app however: installs spam filter plugin by default, a plugin which stops working after a while and has to be paid for. Also comes with SaneBox integration, another premium plugin that has to be paid for. These plugins should not come with the base app, users should have the ability to choose whether to install them or not. Many other apps come without ads on the free version, but the ads that come with MailDroid free aren't annoying, they're small and never send notifications, however the pro version of MailDroid is quite pricey compared to other premium solutions. The design is well done, the settings panel however should be improved: options like sync frequency is missing (apparently). Account settings are found somewhere else but not much can be set anyway. Good app with room for improvement.
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+ Added support for Sanebox!
+ Fixed a ClassCastException error
+ Fixed an issue when moving across accounts for Yandex