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5 of the Best Email Apps for the IPhone

Published on 23 October 13
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If you have an Apple iPhone, you will most probably be using the built-in Mail app that comes with iOS. Whilst it is fine for general everyday use and works with a plethora of mail server systems such as Microsoft Exchange, it does lack a lot of advanced features that many mail apps tend to have - for example; you canât write text in any colour apart from black!


The good news is that there are a few alternative email apps that you can download and use on your iPhone which offer more features, 5 of which I will share with you here:
Evomail
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Evomail is a powerful and robust iPhone email app that supports iCloud, Gmail and Yahoo! email accounts, with support for more on the way soon. It works great with IMAP, and lets you access all of your folders on your IMAP server - something many other iPhone email apps do not let you have access to.


You can share attachments saved to your Dropbox or box.net account, and for Gmail users it offers a powerful full-text search facility.


Download the Evomail app from the App Store (free).
Triage: Email First Aid
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Sometimes when youâre on the go, the last thing you want to do is spend ages scrolling through huge lists of emails, particularly if your mailbox is plagued by spam mail but is important enough to warrant keeping the email address.


Triage: Email First Aid offers a simple way of dealing with emails. All of your messages are stacked like cards, and you simply swipe up to archive them or swipe down to keep them.


Download the Triage: Email First Aid app from the App Store (£1.49).
Mailbox
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If you are a Gmail user, then you should be using the free Mailbox app. It uses a great gesture-based interface, and enables you to quickly and easily deal with your emails, ensure that you spend more time on other matters and less time having to go through your emails. It also features integration with Dropbox, making it easy to send attachments from the service.


Download the Mailbox app from the App Store (free).
Dispatch
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Operating in a similar way to the Mailbox app, Dispatch offers you a quick way to zip through your emails thanks to its âsnippetsâ capability. In case you were wondering, snippets are a feature that lets you reuse a lot of commonly written phrases and paragraphs.


This capability is very useful for tech support individuals, for example, or people that have to write the same sorts of content in many emails.


Download the Dispatch app from the App Store (£2.99).
Boxer
5 of the Best Email Apps for the IPhone - Image 5

Boxer is another gesture-driven app that is a bit like having fully-featured desktop email software right on your iPhone! Archiving makes it easy to safely store important emails (a bit like having software that backs up emails), and offers other advanced features such as storing social media details for your contacts, the ability to send and accept invitations, and more.


Download the Boxer app from the App Store (£3.99).









If you have an Apple iPhone, you will most probably be using the built-in Mail app that comes with iOS. Whilst it is fine for general everyday use and works with a plethora of mail server systems such as Microsoft Exchange, it does lack a lot of advanced features that many mail apps tend to have - for example; you canât write text in any colour apart from black!

The good news is that there are a few alternative email apps that you can download and use on your iPhone which offer more features, 5 of which I will share with you here:

Evomail

5 of the Best Email Apps for the IPhone - Image 1

Evomail is a powerful and robust iPhone email app that supports iCloud, Gmail and Yahoo! email accounts, with support for more on the way soon. It works great with IMAP, and lets you access all of your folders on your IMAP server - something many other iPhone email apps do not let you have access to.

You can share attachments saved to your Dropbox or box.net account, and for Gmail users it offers a powerful full-text search facility.

Download the Evomail app from the App Store (free).

Triage: Email First Aid

5 of the Best Email Apps for the IPhone - Image 2

Sometimes when youâre on the go, the last thing you want to do is spend ages scrolling through huge lists of emails, particularly if your mailbox is plagued by spam mail but is important enough to warrant keeping the email address.

Triage: Email First Aid offers a simple way of dealing with emails. All of your messages are stacked like cards, and you simply swipe up to archive them or swipe down to keep them.

Download the Triage: Email First Aid app from the App Store (£1.49).

Mailbox

5 of the Best Email Apps for the IPhone - Image 3

If you are a Gmail user, then you should be using the free Mailbox app. It uses a great gesture-based interface, and enables you to quickly and easily deal with your emails, ensure that you spend more time on other matters and less time having to go through your emails. It also features integration with Dropbox, making it easy to send attachments from the service.

Download the Mailbox app from the App Store (free).

Dispatch

5 of the Best Email Apps for the IPhone - Image 4

Operating in a similar way to the Mailbox app, Dispatch offers you a quick way to zip through your emails thanks to its âsnippetsâ capability. In case you were wondering, snippets are a feature that lets you reuse a lot of commonly written phrases and paragraphs.

This capability is very useful for tech support individuals, for example, or people that have to write the same sorts of content in many emails.

Download the Dispatch app from the App Store (£2.99).

Boxer

5 of the Best Email Apps for the IPhone - Image 5

Boxer is another gesture-driven app that is a bit like having fully-featured desktop email software right on your iPhone! Archiving makes it easy to safely store important emails (a bit like having software that backs up emails), and offers other advanced features such as storing social media details for your contacts, the ability to send and accept invitations, and more.

Download the Boxer app from the App Store (£3.99).

This review is listed under Development & Implementations and Telecommunications Community

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