Review: Evomail – Check your e-mails in style

Now there are a lot of clients for checking your e-mails available on the Play Store. While most people like to stick to the stock or the official Gmail app, there are others who prefer using apps such as K-9 Mail or Dextr. While each app has its advantages and drawbacks, almost all of them leave a feeling that something is missing and the whole experience can be improved further. So in an attempt to improve your e-mail experience over Android, Evomail hopes to be the new cool kid you all would love to be friends with. Evomail is your…

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Now there are a lot of clients for checking your e-mails available on the Play Store. While most people like to stick to the stock or the official Gmail app, there are others who prefer using apps such as K-9 Mail or Dextr. While each app has its advantages and drawbacks, almost all of them leave a feeling that something is missing and the whole experience can be improved further. So in an attempt to improve your e-mail experience over Android, Evomail hopes to be the new cool kid you all would love to be friends with.

Evomail is your standard e-mail checking app that has the ability to support other e-mail providers than Gmail. The app brings the ability to do stuff with neat little gestures like swiping to reply, archive, or delete your e-mails etc. However, my personal favorite (and due to the lack of which I stopped using e-mail clients on my smart phone) is the ability to put your e-mail notifications on a snooze. Yes, finally you won’t be bothered by the notifications that you’ve got mail while you just want to sleep or be alone. That being said, the app does also bring push notifications for all those people who want to be notified of any new e-mail that pops up in their mailbox.

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The UI of the app is pretty good and even boasts a futuristic look by allowing your contacts to have circular photos that are displayed alongside their names, giving you the feeling that you are in fact using Google+ or Facebook Chat Heads.

All in all Evomail is a pretty great e-mail checking client for your Android phone especially considering the fact that it’s free. While it also has its demerits along with the merits, it wouldn’t really hurt to try the app out. The app currently supports Gmail, Yahoo, iCloud, AOL along with other e-mail providers. So go ahead and download the app by clicking the link given below.

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