Email - Edison Mail

Email - Edison Mail

By Edison Software Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2016-04-27
  • Current Version: 1.9.14
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 147.51 MB
  • Developer: Edison Software Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 79,567 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Email - Edison Mail App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 79,567 App Reviews

Email - Edison Mail App Details

“New Apps we Love”- Apple App Store "Well designed" - New York Times "The way to go if you own an iPhone" - Business Insider "Unsubscribe with just a tap!" - TechCrunch "Faster than Gmail, faster than Outlook" - Walt Mossberg @ The Verge Lightning Fast with an Assistant built in! Email lets you take control of your overflowing mailbox. Offers instant access to manage all of your inboxes in one place. An intelligent assistant is built-in to keep your shopping, expenses, and travel organized. Intuitive features to unsubscribe from junk or spam clogging your mailbox, snooze messages, undo sent mail, and more to ensure a cleaner inbox and reduce email fatigue. This version of the Email app for iPhone and iPad supports Gmail, Hotmail, iCloud, Yahoo, Outlook, Office/ Outlook 365, Exchange and AOL, IMAP mail accounts. Unsubscribe with One Tap - Unsubscribe from mail newsletters with one tap! Check out the subscriptions folder that is created for you! Bulk Delete Mail - Clear out your mailbox, delete thousands of emails in just one tap. Smart Notifications - No more mail notification overload! Mute the senders of your choice for fewer notifications. Smart Reply - Respond to mail quickly on the run! Smart Reply offers three responses to choose from based on the email you received. Security Assistant - Assess if you or even your friend’s, mail account and password are compromised by a breach impacting other apps you might use. Customize Multiple Account Views - Customize your view of multiple accounts in unified lists (e.g. “All Inboxes,” “Unread,” “Attachments”) to keep the focus where it’s needed. Snooze Messages - Snoozed messages will appear at the top of your inbox when you are ready for them. Optional Thread View - Toggle thread view on or off to make Email fit seamlessly into your workflow. Trips Organized with Real-Time Travel Alerts - If a flight is delayed or a gate changes, Email notifies you faster than the airlines. Support for more than twice as many travel providers as Gmail! Package Tracking and Alerts - Check the status of all your packages in one folder. Built-in Assistant - See all Attachments, Bills & Receipts, Entertainment in one place! Secure and Private - Email is fetched from the phone and stored on the phone. - Read receipts are blocked from being sent back to any sender tracking your email activity. Many more features: • Send GIF/Stickers in email, perfect for sharing memes • Touch ID Protection • Automatically detect signatures • iPad support • Swipe the blue unread dot to mark as read • Enhanced for 3D Touch • Undo send, delete and other actions • Interactive push notification, customizable swipes & notifications, drafts • Customize the badge number • Bulk editing • HTML Signatures for each account • Unified inbox • Respond in the notification • HTML rich composer • Send to groups from your contacts • Quickly select your most frequent mail contacts • Real-time sync progress • Send attachments from iCloud, Google Drive and more • Always bcc option • Respond to calendar events with a tap * Attach multiple images with ease. * IMAP Support & Customizable Interface Please note select assistant features (i.e. bill and receipts, entertainment, travel, and package alerts) are currently limited to US, UK, Canada, Australia, and India only. * Support for Exchange 2010 Service Pack 2 and above. Privacy By Design is Our Promise to Our Users We put privacy first in all the things we do at Edison Software. We never target you for ads and prevent other companies from tracking you when you use our app. We also believe in being transparent and giving you choices. Please read our Privacy Policy to ensure that you are familiar with our practices and business model and to learn how you can manage your data.


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Email - Edison Mail App Reviews

  • Update cause crashing

    By TLocster
    What happened? Need to test app extensively before releasing an update. This happened before and they released a fix immediately. Hi, I’m still waiting!!!! iPhone XS+
  • Promising, but

    By RubyRedRick
    I’ve been using this for a few days now in lieu of Spark, and the biggest plus is the speed. I also like the fact that the action buttons are at the top. With Spark they tend to hide behind my belly so I sometimes hit the wrong one. Now for the minuses. There is no search capability, this is a big negative for me. There is a discrepancy between the iPad and iPhone. On the iPhone (I have a Xs) I have a delete button but it’s not there on my iPad (original iPad Pro). On the iPhone the archive button has a download icon as compared to a much more communicative one on the iPad. Also, the app only lets me add one iCloud account. I added my account, but it wouldn’t let my account saying it was already there.
  • Works with MS Office webmail server for automated incoming email notifications!

    By kolffan
    5 stars as the only ios MS Outlook ios email app I have found that automatically notifies of new incoming email without having to leave the program open in a session/background! Other apps I've used for a couple years had notification bugs due to claims of ios architectural security restrictions. Edison did, but killed that bug in one day with a software update! Very responsive developers.
  • Awesome email client app

    By vinaydesai
    Used various email clients but Edison mail app is the best and easy to use. No ads is a value add. Thumbs up 👍🏻
  • Lit

    By IsssAnExclusive
    Exactly What I’ve Needed For So long To Clean My Inboxes
  • Swiping and WYSIWYG

    By cpinegar
    Would be grand if I could wipe through emails, and if emails were sent in a format that looked consistent when opened in other email applications, especially Outlook.
  • What mail app should be

    By BradGess
    The only thing missing is a swipe gesture for marking a message as spam.
  • Very nice, with a surprising flaw

    By ziptron
    I’ve found this app easier to use generally than the Gmail app, the departing Inbox app, Spark and others. It’s quick and manageable. I’m surprised, however, that it lacks what these others do, which is a way to keep the inboxes the same across devices. If I snooze an email on my iPad, it’s not snoozed on my phone (and vice versa) — I have to resnooze it, which of course undermines the whole point of snoozing. Pretty annoying.
  • Great app. Awful notifications

    By Lalo Miranda
    It’s sad to see a great app but the notifications just don’t work. If they ever fix this, it will be the best email app. But for now, back to the native email app
  • Great app, but a privacy concern

    By the-worm-in-the-apple
    I was looking for an email client that would enumerate all of my accounts into one easily manageable interface/app. I found nearly everything I wanted in this app. It’s beautifully designed and has some really cool features such as separating and auto filing receipts, reservations, newsletters, etc into these nice little “attendant” folders. Overall, I have zero complaints about the app itself. I do have issues with them extracting all kinds of personal information from my accounts. That’s just not ok with me. Directly from their own policy: “By linking our Services to your email or other internet accounts, you authorize us to collect, process, and retain information, including personal information, from those accounts.” While they are transparent about this and allow you to opt out of their “Trends” platform data sharing, they still retain your info on their own servers. The only way to stop this is to tell the app to delete your data off their servers. If this is what you want, it then states that if you do so, you can no longer use the program. So you’re basically cornered into allowing them to mine data from your mailbox or you just can’t use their app. I suppose thats the option I have to go with: not using their app. I’d gladly pay for this app if that were an option, but it’s not. Unfortunately, these days your private information is the most valued currency, and if giving up my privacy is the only option, then I will pass. On top of that, by allowing them to keep your data on their servers, you are increasing your attack surface and assuming more risk of your data being exposed in a breach. Sorry, Edison. You had a good thing and then ruined it for me. Give me an option other than to surrender my privacy to you and I’ll reconsider using your apps. P.S. Edison will respond that they only share non-identifying information with their Trends subscribers (read: companies that pay them for this data). If this is true, it doesn’t make much difference - do some research into how easy it is to personally identify someone given only about 5 “non-personal” bits of info. It’s astonishing. So don’t let those words distract you.