Thanks for checking out the Yahoo Mail app—the best email app to organize your Gmail, Microsoft Outlook, AOL, AT&T and Yahoo mailboxes. Whether you need a clutter-free mailbox, added customization, different views for deals, and attachments, or even more storage, we’ve got you covered.
Use any email address Don’t make your other inboxes jelly. Add your Gmail, Outlook or AOL account and keep everything in one place. Custom settings, colors and notifications make it a breeze to keep your accounts separate.
Unsubscribe Go forth and unsubscribe from the spam and junk mail you don’t want to see in your inbox. Yahoo Mail shows all the mailing lists you're subscribed to on one screen and makes it easy to opt-out in one tap.
Today view Rain or shine, you’re one tap away from what’s happening. Find weather and news highlights right from your email app.
Attachments view Looking for that one doc from that one person? Or, a photo from brunch three Sundays ago? Don’t panic, It’s right here. See all of your photos and files attachments in one easy view.
Customization Your inbox, your vibe. Customize the bottom nav bar with the folders and views you care about most. Then, pick custom sounds, themes, swipes to add your own flavor and unboring your inbox.
Travel view Travel stress-free. This view keeps all of your flight information in one organized spot. Smart Updates, from gate changes to delays and cancellations, will instantly appear in the app, so once you check in—you can check waaaaaay out.
Shopping view No more searching through countless promotional emails to find those savings. This view organizes your inbox around your favorite stores and the categories you shop. Now you get all of the fun of shopping—without the clutter.
People view Only see emails from your favorite people. Ignore the robots.
Sounds + notifications Choose from several categories of notifications, custom sound alerts and visual settings—so, you get the reminders you need. And none you don’t.
Accessibility Features high contrast themes, dynamic text resizing, and optimized for use with VoiceOver screen readers. Plus, folders at the bottom of the Inbox allow assistive technology users to navigate with less effort.
1000 GB storage You can’t see your whole world without room to roam. Download the app and you’ll never have to delete memories to get your mail again.
Yahoo Mail Plus Get ad-free mail, extra organization and privacy features, and 24/7 tech support across your Android mobile devices.
+ Available as an in-app purchase at $1.99/month + Subscription will auto-renew each month or year within 24 hours of your renewal date + Manage or cancel your subscription via Account Settings
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4🌟 for Email BUT the issue I have is...Past 2 years, Yahoo has been adding their "sounds" to my phone's internal storage. I'll delete the individual sounds (EX: Skipping Rocks, Soft Sequence, Completion, etc.) AND delete the folder: com.yahoo.mobile.client.android.mail. BUT the next day, they're back! I don't use or want them, make it stop PLEASE! I didn't give permission to Yahoo to change settings or access storage on my phone, so WHY do these keep popping up? Anyone have this issue to?!
63 people found this review helpful
July 3, 2022
Not very functional in Android. The SEARCH feature is HORRIBLE. Emails that I know I have do not show up as a result. Also, when looking for items in Trash, it doesn't display all of them. It skips days, and just displays "older". This has been an issue for years!
40 people found this review helpful
June 27, 2022
4 stars only because although this app is excellent there is one problem which I find annoying and unforgivable. When you receive an email the app conceals the email address from which it was sent. They tell you it was from "Amazon" or "Joe Smith" so you only know the name the sender is calling themselves, but not the sender's address. I find this very inconvenient & makes it harder to decide if the email is legit. You have the extra step of opening a reply before the actual address is revealed.