SimpleLogin | Anti-spam

4.5
966 reviews
50K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Application features:

• Manage aliases: create/edit/delete & enable/disable an alias.
• Manage contacts: create contacts to send email from your aliases.
• Manage mailboxes: create/delete/make default a mailbox.
• Share extension: create alias without leaving your browser.
• Secure login with Two Factor Authentication (2FA).
• Support self-hosted: you can use this application with your own SimpleLogin instance.


And many more features in active development.

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SimpleLogin is an open source solution to protect your email inbox. It allows you to create quickly a random email address (aka alias). All emails sent to an alias is forwarded to your personal email address.

You can use the alias when subscribing to a newsletter, signing up for a new account, giving your email to someone you don't trust. Not only an alias can receive emails, it can also send emails. An alias is a full-fledged email address.

Later if you can simply block or delete an alias if it's too spammy.

Why SimpleLogin?

When you give away your personal email online, there is a good chance that your email address would end up with a spammer or a hacker. SimpleLogin acts as a firewall for to protect your personal email inbox.

What distinguishes SimpleLogin:

- Open-source and easy to self-host. The self-hosting is based on Docker and could be run on almost any Linux server. The hosting instruction is on our repository at https://github.com/simple-login/app

- Powerful features if you have a domain (only available at premium plan).

- Generous free plan: there's no cap on bandwidth or number of replies/sends. The Free Plan is enough for protecting your personal email. Premium Plan targets at more "advanced" users with features like custom domain, unlimited alias or catch-all alias.

- Open Roadmap with exciting upcoming features: email directory, extension for Safari, mobile applications, etc. Feel free to check it out on https://trello.com/b/4d6A69I4/open-roadmap

- Export your data: allows you to change the service provider if someday you decide to leave SimpleLogin.

Terms and conditions: https://simplelogin.io/terms/
Privacy policy: https://simplelogin.io/privacy/
Updated on
Feb 5, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
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Ratings and reviews

4.5
932 reviews
Keegan Campanelli
February 12, 2021
A really good service! Makes it so easy to completely eliminate spam emails on your computer and phone, and the app just makes generating new email aliases that much easier. I've also compared to other services like anonaddy and I think you get a lot more for the money here. When I had app crash issues, the developer sent me an update to fix it as well as notified me when that update was on the play store. Seriously good and responsive customer service and a great email aliasing platform.
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Bob Rozalsky
February 26, 2024
I've been using it for the past year and absolutely love it. This is the best way to protect your email address if you don't wanna use it on sketchy websites, but even normal secure websites just to keep it from leaking out as well as unwanted spam. The integration between Proton and Simplelogin has made everything much easier, especially using their password manager.
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Nikita Bakli
February 6, 2024
I'm a paid user. I use my own domain and catchall function. When I get an email, I press "cancel" to the inbox and after delete the alias. But emails keep coming to my inbox to this alias, however, in simple login there's no this alias anymore. So it's incorrect behavior. It should be turned off for receiving emails to this alias. And I don't want to keep this alias in the list. So that's why I delete it. Please fix it. Coz if I just delete an alias it's okay to get emails to it again.
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What's new

Dependency updates.
Adapt some behaviors to match new plan rules.
Bug fixes and security improvements.