I was dissatisfied with the native email app that came with my phone, so one afternoon I installed three other apps, one after another. When I came to Aqua Mail I knew that I'd found what I was looking for. It is highly configurable, easy to use, and just works well. I sprang for the Pro version so I could use it on more than just two accounts. The Pro version also removes the "Aqua Mail tag" from outgoing emails. I've used it for a few weeks now and am very pleased. Pros: highly configurable, can access many different kinds of accounts including POP, easy to use, stable Cons: cannot be put on the SD card
Excellent Update July 2018: Continue to love this app. Lately I've been struggling with unstable Android apps and Aquamail continues to stand out. In the time I've had it, the app has been rock-steady. It has _never_ crashed. Job well done. (Original comments:) Love the features and reliability of this app. It's a great improvement over Gmail in the raw, as it were.
Good mail client Downgrade to 3: the client should auto fill mail ids based on whom the mails have been received. It tries to contact the server every time. Every thing in this app is great. For a 5, global contact sync from outlook is a must (right now gives only mail ID)
This is a great product. There are some other quality email products for Android, but this one comes with something special - real support. The developer responds quickly and is extremely helpful. I'm truly tired of apps that are useless because there is no support when something isn't clear or doesn't work. In addition, the product has one feature - quick replies - that are essential to me. Canned responses are important for my business. I also run it on a Chromebook, where it is the best tool I have tried.
LG Mach, ICS 4.0.4. Still 5 stars, but "unfortunately Aqua Mail has stopped." Pls help :'( Opens fast, scrolls smoothly, plenty of options for user personalization. Available alternate colors for read messages a plus. Black background option lessens eyestrain. Easy to add senders to Contacts. After many frustrations with "k-@mail Pro," I decided to try this one. One caveat---I wish I could access my own fonts when composing special messages, like formal invites and such.
Good, Not Great I initially loved it, but as I used it more, weaknesses became apparent. It works well with all email servers. It has a lot of options and is somewhat attractive. The main problem was with images. Some images imbeded came through fine, others did not. I emailed the developer and never got a response. I had the pro version.
+ Bug fixes.
+ OAUTH2 authentication for Yandex.
+ Tasker: the plugin now returns data from all matching messages, as arrays (not just one).
+ Undo for message deletions and similar actions. Settings -> Confirmations and undo.
+ "Replace contact names", app settings -> Contacts.
+ Exchange: now possible to "accept" invites without sending a response.
+ Calendar invite previews: show other events from the invite's day.