8 Different Email Apps for iPhone

Email has become one of the essential parts of our lives. We use the Emails for simple communication, sharing things, discuss world peace or even possibly close million dollar business deals. We use for almost everything in our professional life and also use it for our personal life. Our inboxes are so messy that managing them is really a hard thing to do. Apple provides iPhone users with an email client – Mail, but you should expand your horizon and find the one that is best for you. Below are free different iPhone apps that can help you to deal with huge e-mounts of e-mail.


Look at some of the Email Apps for iPhone:

  1. Gmail and Inbox


Both Email clients come from Google. Gmail app offers the features and he interfaces of the web versions with that most of the users are familiar, along with the support for multiple accounts and also have the ability to mute threads. Google wants to keep the familiarity with this app and most Gmail users will feel right at home.

Inbox, on the other hand is the email client that gives Google room to experiment. It has so many features form which some are adding reminders to the top of the inbox, snooze emails to “hide” them until the time that you have specified and bundles – grouping emails by genres such as purchases, finances, updates and social.

  1. Microsoft Outlook


It’s somewhat humorous to say that the best Google’s Gmail customer for Apple’s iPhone may be Microsoft’s Outlook. Microsoft incorporated all the best components from the capable Accomplishment that it gained back in the late 2014 into mobile Outlook.

The email client handles the multiple accounts that give you the ability to swipe left to delete and right to read/unread, and separates emails into Focused and Other sections. But Outlook has the one powerful feature which is having the seamless integration with calendars and files from multiple web services like Google, Dropbox, Box and Microsoft’s One Drive.

  1. Spark


The developers behind the Spark are trying to make you like your email again by building it as a mobile email clients and not creating a desktop client in the mobile size. It utilizing the Smart Inbox where your emails will be grouped into the categories and the categories were like New, Notifications, Newsletters, Pins and Snoozed. You can go through your emails by expanding and collapsing the cards or you can choose to use traditional inbox where everything is listed sequentially.

Customizations and integrations too many web services make the Spark unique and attractive. You can add or remove categories in your smart inbox to fit your workflow, change the four type of swiping behavior and add widgets of actions that you use the most. It also integrates with the Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, OneDrive, and iCloud Drive. There are more categories on the way for example: Social, iTunes Connect, Package Tracking, Weather, Statistic etc.

  1. CloudMagic


If you are looking for clean and breezy email client then you should try CloudMagic. This universal email client is available for iOS, Android, and Mac. It is very light and system resource friendly. It also supports multiple accounts and takes very little memory space.

The best thing about CloudMagic is that in this features are expandable using add-ons. Currently, there are two add-ons available: Team Contacts and App Integrations.Teams Contacts is currently available for Google Apps account only and it allows you to share contacts among team members and it provided that you have set up the team by inviting colleagues to join. App Integration will help you to add attachments from many cloud storage services and it also saves the emails and attachments to those services.

  1. Boxer Lite


Boxer Lite is a fast email client with the deep integration along with the contacts and calendars. It has many features:

  • Supports cloud storage
  • It has Evernote integration
  • It gives configurable interface
  • Tells your ability based on calendar
  • Integrates social profiles of your contacts

And many more, but the one main feature is that it users like most is the quick reply where you could set several pre-configured responses to use.

Another unique feature is the ability to lock Boxer with a password. It takes the security matter further by not storing any sensitive information on their server. It provides the full security.

Boxer supports multiple email services, but you can add only one account in the lite version. If you want to add more accounts then you have to use the paid pro version.

  1. Unroll.Me


Unroll.Me is an enthusiastic email subscription app. Unroll.Me gives three options to the users for managing the email lists:

  • To get rid of them entirely
  • To put some of them in the mail roll
  • To keep some of them in the inbox

The email roll is for the ones that you don’t want to see in your inbox but not ready to give up.

After logging in with your email account, the app will itself start scanning the inbox to find every newsletter, promotion, deal, course and anything that you can do to unsubscribe from. Then it will present them to you in a list or card view from where you can easily say goodbye to them.

In the card view the process is very quick and fun to use. You can swipe left to unsubscribe from one email list, swipe up to roll it into one email newsletter along with other rolled emails or swipe right to keep it in the box. Another email will appear after you are done with the first. The process will continue until you have gone through all.

  1. MailBurn


MailBurn is an email client for iPhone/iPad with a mailing list unsubscribing feature. It groups email into tabs and mailing list get their tab called Reader. To unsubscribe from mailing lists, open the Reader tab, pick the ones that you don’t want to keep and swipe left.

But that is not the unique thing about the MailBurn. The email client also prioritizes on important emails by showing them at the top most of the list and displays them in the chat like interface which is similar to SMS or WhatsApp messages. You will also get the email tracking that will notify you when your email has been opened.

  1. Dipster


Creating new email accounts just to be burned is too difficult. Fortunately, there is Dipster. This is an easy to use disposable email generator. To utilize it, you should simply press the Plus (+) button at the upper right of the screen, and Dipster will create one for you. Repeat the procedure to get more email addresses. The primary page is showing all the generated email addresses. Tap one of them to check the messages sent to that address. To deleteanaddress, you can slide left and tap Delete.

According to my experience, not all the email sent to Dipster-generated address arrived in the inbox. If you only need a quick address, Dipster is good. But if you need to reply to messages sent to that address, Dipster is not that reliable.

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