myMail brings all your email accounts together in one, easy-to-use, mobile app. With ... More
myMail brings all your email accounts together in one, easy-to-use, mobile app. With customizable push notifications and other personalization options, MyMail puts you in control of your inbox. Push notifications are supported even if your email service does not support them. Customize notifications by time of day, which email accounts send them or by folder or sender. Disable notifications for annoying sales sites or social media updates. Hide the sender or subject line. myMail also offers avatars which visually tell you who is sending you mail. Preview attachments without downloading them. Search all your email accounts at once to find an email.
Last updated 18 Dec 2013
Published 21 Dec 2013
How many email accounts do you have to check each day? Three? Four? Ten?!!! Apart from the time aspect, it's a pain in the ass having to remember account names and passwords. So, it makes sense to use an app that merges all of your email accounts together into one place. MyMail is a fully personalized email and productivity application that puts you in full-control of your inbox and let's you see all your accounts on one page using your mobile phone. Not only that but you will get push notifications with new messages to make communication virtually immediate.
If half a dozen accounts are driving you crazy then all you have to do is to add them all to myMail to see them all in the one app and you can easily switch between them with just one tap. MyMail brings all of your email accounts to one place with this easy-to-use email application for mobiles. What’s more, it will send out Push notifications of incoming emails even if your email service doesn't support them. These notifications can be customized so you can see which account they came from or at which time of the day they were received Alternatively, you can simply send them by folder or by sender. You can disable notifications from annoying sales sites, specific contacts, folders, domains or social media updates as well as being able to hide the sender's name or the subject line and even preview...