Blue Mail - Email Exchange (Universal Email Client) @ Google Play Store
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Blue Mail - Email Exchange (Universal Email Client) @ Google Play Store

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Found 20th May 2017
Not really sure where this should go, as its always been free. So probably isn't technically a 'freebie'. However I thought I'd share it, as it's a really good app. I've now replaced Gmail with this... as well as linking all my other accounts. All of which have push notifications fully enabled. It was easy to set up too.

BlueMail is a free, beautifully designed, universal email client, capable of managing unlimited number of mail accounts from various providers, allowing for smart push notifications and group emailing while enabling personalization across multiple email accounts. BlueMail is the perfect replacement for your stock email app.

With a powerful unified accounts experience packaged in an intuitive and easy to use design, Blue Mail provides a top notch email service.

ALL YOUR EMAILS IN ONE PLACE

● Multiple providers - Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Outlook and Office 365

● Support for IMAP, POP3 + Exchange (ActiveSync & EWS) Auto Configuration

● Sync multiple mailboxes from all your providers in a Unified Interface

● True push email for the widest range of mail services

● Material Design

ENHANCED FEATURES

● SMARTEST MOBILE NOTIFICATIONS - Quiet Hours, Custom Sounds, Vibrate, LED Light, Snooze Alerts and other preferences per each of your accounts

● GROUP MAIL - Define & Share Groups to quickly send and receive emails

● BEAUTIFUL DARK THEME - with automatic switch between day & night modes

● RICH TEXT SIGNATURE - Easily configure text styles and add your logo

● ANDROID WEAR - Receive and act on notification right from your watch

● MOBILE PRINTING – Integrated with any printer supported by Android such as select plugins

● DYNAMIC SMART CONVERSATIONS – Makes email convenient and easy

● CONFIGURABLE MENUS – Customize your swipe menu and email view actions with what matter to you the most

● APP ICON UNREAD BADGE – See if you have a new email in your inbox directly from your home screen

● DAYS TO SYNC - Customized for offline use

● SCROLLABLE AND UNREAD WIDGETS - Access your emails inbox at a glance

GETTING STUFF DONE

● SET EMAILS TO LATER - Quickly mark emails to be handled later and set reminders so you do not miss them

● MARK EMAILS AS DONE - When you finish handling an email, you can just mark it as done to get it out of the way without having to delete it or reach Zero Inbox by using smart filters.

● QUICK FILTERS - Easily filter emails by unread/starred

VISUALLY APPEALING

● SENDER'S IMAGE - Your friends and contacts photos to help you process your incoming mail faster

● SERVICES LOGOS - Easily recognize popular services from their icons

● UNREAD COUNT - On your App icon (for supported devices) or a 1x1 unread widget for any account including Unified Inbox!

● COLOR CODING - Makes it all simple

PRIVATE AND SECURED

● INDUSTRY LEADING ENCRYPTION - Your data is always encrypted to protect all your email

communications and information secured. Blue uses leading industry protocols to secure and protect your data.

● LOCK SCREEN - You can set a timed lock screen to protect your private emails

We ♥ getting your feedback! Please email us: support@bluemail.me

Special thanks to everyone who rates us 5 stars, or provides a warm feedback. It's so encouraging for the team!

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humadoon

How do they make money?



How do any free email apps make money?

Blue Mail's at least as shady as the rest:
http://www.sklar.com/2014/10/14/blue-mail/

(Reposted comment because accidentally deleted original when editing.)
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Original Poster
Are people even trying this before voting it cold?
I've used this for ages. Brilliant email app.
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stuarthanley

I've used this for ages. Brilliant email app.



​I've only just started using it, but I'm already loving the clusters function.
How do they make money?
Used for about 6 months. Great app for work or personal mail.
humadoon

How do they make money?



How do any free email apps make money?

Blue Mail's at least as shady as the rest:
http://www.sklar.com/2014/10/14/blue-mail/

(Reposted comment because accidentally deleted original when editing.)
Only email app I've used for some time now.
oderi

How do any free email apps make money?Blue Mail's at least as shady as … How do any free email apps make money?Blue Mail's at least as shady as the rest:http://www.sklar.com/2014/10/14/blue-mail/(Reposted comment because accidentally deleted original when editing.)



​that's why i don't use free emails
This is probably the best email App I have tried to date. Way better than any phone manufacturer's stock email app and much more convenient than having different apps for each email provider.
humadoon

​that's why i don't use free emails



​Same reason I did use this app and uninstalled
Edited by: "gooeynote" 20th May 2017
I use Aqua Mail any ideas how this compares ?
Just look at these 2 permission for the App, without even looking at others
Calendar

read calendar events plus confidential information
add or modify calendar events and send emails to guests without owners' knowledge
Ok, I'm a little confused... I used Blue Mail some time ago, but it changed its name to Type Mail , which I'm still using today. Is this Blue Mail related to Type Mail?
NeoDoug1

Ok, I'm a little confused... I used Blue Mail some time ago, but it … Ok, I'm a little confused... I used Blue Mail some time ago, but it changed its name to Type Mail , which I'm still using today. Is this Blue Mail related to Type Mail?


Blue mail is still blue mail
splender

Just look at these 2 permission for the App, without even looking at … Just look at these 2 permission for the App, without even looking at othersCalendar read calendar events plus confidential information add or modify calendar events and send emails to guests without owners' knowledge


I've just checked the permissions. It doesn't mention any of this.
NeoDoug1

Ok, I'm a little confused... I used Blue Mail some time ago, but it … Ok, I'm a little confused... I used Blue Mail some time ago, but it changed its name to Type Mail , which I'm still using today. Is this Blue Mail related to Type Mail?



​Hi - yes - BlueMail & TypeApp are created by the same company. Pretty much the
same under the hood code with different user interfaces - aimed at different types of user. They are open to this question being asked of them.
I prefer myMail
Great app. I have used for over a year. Regular upgrades and updates, it wipes the floor with others I tried previously.
I used to use CloudMagic, now Newton, and it was a really good app but then it went subscription based and the sub cost is too expensive for me (it's almost the same cost as my yearly tariff) . I switched to BlueMail and I don't miss CloudMagic at all, it does everything I need it to, with a nice interface and its easy to use - I've never been frustrated with it and I manage like six email addresses. Can't speak to the permissions part as I suppose I didn't look at it closely, but app wise it's good.
stuarthanley

I've just checked the permissions. It doesn't mention any of this.


Go to Google Play Store and click on "Permissions Details"
Why not just post ever single relatively good app on Google's play store while your at it, so I can keep getting random notifications.
NoliCedere

​Hi - yes - BlueMail & TypeApp are created by the same company. Pretty m … ​Hi - yes - BlueMail & TypeApp are created by the same company. Pretty much the same under the hood code with different user interfaces - aimed at different types of user. They are open to this question being asked of them.



​Thanks for the info. Not sure what the differences are supposed to be - looking at the screen shots of Blue, it looks exactly like Type!
splender

Go to Google Play Store and click on "Permissions Details"


I checked the permissions that it's actually granted on the phone.
NeoDoug1

​Thanks for the info. Not sure what the differences are supposed to be - l … ​Thanks for the info. Not sure what the differences are supposed to be - looking at the screen shots of Blue, it looks exactly like Type!



​np - I'll see if I can dig out the email thread I had with their support a year or so ago - Won't be til Monday though I'm afraid.
Have to say - I've been happy with TypeApp (aka BlueMail) for over a year now with multiple email accounts using Exchange/EAS & IMAP with very few issues (minor at that). Support have always been helpful when contacted.
Zameen

I use Aqua Mail any ideas how this compares ?



Its not as good, well I dont think so.

Used Bluemail myself for quite a while but tried Aquamail and never went back
Original Poster
Aqua Mail is good, but you can only sync 2 accounts with the free version.
I've also used this since Newton Mail started to charge. Great email client- best I have ever​ used.
Nine Mail - best app for Exchange integration. worth the cost
Uridium

Its not as good, well I dont think so. Used Bluemail myself for quite a … Its not as good, well I dont think so. Used Bluemail myself for quite a while but tried Aquamail and never went back


Thanks
How's it better than Gmail or Inbox?
Great email app. Got rid of the Gmail app as it would continuously reload deleted emails for about an hour.
Person posts free app that always has been free and still is free as a "deal" and gets 100+ heat.
What has happened to this site.
I use typeapp, is this any better?
Tis good for blind people!
ukmellymel

I used to use CloudMagic, now Newton, and it was a really good app but … I used to use CloudMagic, now Newton, and it was a really good app but then it went subscription based and the sub cost is too expensive for me (it's almost the same cost as my yearly tariff) . I switched to BlueMail and I don't miss CloudMagic at all, it does everything I need it to, with a nice interface and its easy to use - I've never been frustrated with it and I manage like six email addresses. Can't speak to the permissions part as I suppose I didn't look at it closely, but app wise it's good.



​Try Alto by AOL.

Possibly better than Cloudmagic/Newton, but like all these email apps (OP one included) you have to be comfortable with all your emails being routed through their servers.

And if you use it for work email, this might breach your IT/email policy!
This the desktop version?
I've tried loads, and this is my preferred mail client.
After I installed Blue Mail on my phone I noticed that the lights on my router would suddenly go berserk even though I wasn't using anything at the time that was connected to it (laptop, ipad etc.). After a search on Google I found out about Blue Mail connecting to Chinese servers and deleted the app. Was it coincidence that the router returned to it's normal state afterwards?
Used this for years and same with security concerns, uninstalled and went for aqua mail.
Few quid for the full version, takes a bit of time to set up and get right but is brilliant
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steviep23

Used this for years and same with security concerns, uninstalled and went … Used this for years and same with security concerns, uninstalled and went for aqua mail. Few quid for the full version, takes a bit of time to set up and get right but is brilliant



​I've now switched to this one instead:

hotukdeals.com/fre…758
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