Update is form over function It looks prettier and in general email is good. But triage of emails is important for a smart phone so it is a step backward that to red-flag an email now takes three clicks where it used to take one. This is why I stopped using TouchDown on ipad. Please can we have a dedicated flag button on each email instead of a pull down menu. The Calendar and task components are also far short of the competition and should be upgraded.
The most empowered Exchange client for Android If you are a corporate goon like myself, and you use Exchange for your email system, this client cannot be beat. People are amazed when my phone intelligently speaks notifications to me about important incoming emails and appointments. Emails are sorted and color-coded to my personal specifications. Customized! I've spent the money and tried ALL of the Play Store's email clients. Touchdown is the only "serious" choice. If you're looking for desktop power on your mobile device, treat yourself to this one.
Excellent App for Outlook Email Downloaded and purchased when it first came out. Back then not many other options. Now there are fancier options that work well and I have tried most of them. Eventually these new ones either lose sync, has sync errors or want more money for added features. I reinstalled it with the purchase key and realized that the changes over the years were actually eye pleasing and useful. I like that the calendar did contacts is within the app. Great job keeping up with others.
Used this for years and has been great until Symantec took over! Crashes lots, calendar does not sync correctly and the notes will not sync at all now, which is one of the main features I originally bought it for. Have a look at alternatives as I feel like my money has been stolen from me now. I wouldn't use this now, even if it was free. Outlook for android now works better than this does which says a lot. I'm going to try an alternative. Nine is getting some good reviews.
I have used Touchdown for years now and love it. However, I was on build 9.0.00407 and it worked awesome but a couple of days ago I got build 9.0.00412 (auto download and install)! However, 412 no longer gives me calendar notifications / reminders. Every other notification works great, email, etc... just not calendar reminders. It syncs perfectly with outlook for my company I can see the appointment just no visual or audible sound (even though it pops up on my work computer) when time comes. Also, I can create an appointment on the Touchdown app and it doesn't even give me a reminder notification! I even uninstalled 412 this morning and reinstalled it from Google Play and it still doesn't give me reminders. I think there is an issue with calendar reminders in build 412.
I updated late - it's all "symantec-ey" now. Ok cool, whatever. Why can't I adjust the size of the widgets anymore? Seriously, you guys just screwed me and I can't see my calendar and email on the same page of my HTC10? So what, I have to have a page for my calendar and a page for my email? This is a personal BYOD device, not a corporate device. When will you have this corrected?
- Fix for Lollipop failures
- Stability fixes
- Fix sluggishness in composing emails
- Shows original message when replying/forwarding
- Redesigned settings screens
- Performance fixes
- Updated to fix connection issues on some devices
- Fixed reply issues with Exchange 2003
- Fixed connection issues with some installations
Android's most productive email client! Great Gmail & Exchange email experience!