BlueMail

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Software

BlueMail is an email management application for Android and iOS created by BlueMail Inc. The application is best known for it's customization options and ability to work with a multitude of providers.[1] BlueMail is advertised as a highly customizable email client capable of being a direct replacement for a devices stock email client.

Features

BlueMail is reported to handle "...pretty much any service under the sun: Microsoft Exchange, Gmail, Outlook.com, iCloud, AOL, iCloud, IMAP, and even POP3."[2]

BlueMail is compatible with all iOS devices running iOS 7 and above, and Android devices running Android 4.0 and above.

Additional features include:

  • Configurable Menus
  • Android Wear
  • Conversations
  • Dark Theme
  • Scroll-able Widgets

Reception

BlueMail has been downloaded from the Google Play Store between 1 million and 5 million times since its release and has been rated by over 75,000 people with either 4 or 5 stars. BlueMail is consistently in the top 5 suggested email applications for Android and has been reviewed extensively.[3][4][5][6]

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