Best email app Well worth the money, and miles above stock Gmail. **update 6/7/16. New update added some cool subtle animations when you delete email, which also now allows you to delete with one swipe to the right, no more pressing the ok button after you swipe. This app just keeps getting better! **
Thoughtful, well laid out, every update is an improvement IMHO the dev thinks carefully and tests thoroughly b4 releasing an update. Elegant and efficient. I don't buy much but this was a gotta have.
Where are all of my saved files. I updated and now they are all gone. All my recipes, crafts, personal emails I needed for a case against a bad person. Now its gone!!
Simple and clean, No extraneous bells & whistles. You can customize the colour scheme, so you aren't stuck with a blinding bright colour pallet like a lot of the other mail apps I tried.
Great mail client, but developer not open to new ideas. The client works great and is reliable. However, I would like to see more customizations to the ui. For one, there is no way to change the color of the appbar in the dark theme, as well as the color of the horizontal rule in the message list view. I tried to contact developer to add said features, but he just shot down everything I had to say. I can see this app going stale in the future with such a stubborn and stoic mindset.
Almost but not quite Great if you don't want to be able to set your out of office from your phone, which I did. Back to HTC for me and their excellent email client
+ 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.
+ Contact images in message list widget, app settings -> widgets, defaults to enabled on Android 5.0+.