What is your favorite mail app on iOS?

Take into consideration that my main emails are hosted on Rackspace so I need IMAP access, not only service-specific access.
George MaicovschiDeveloper. Founder. Telecom. Fintech. · Asked

7 recommended

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Spark by Readdle

Fast, smart and beautiful email client for iOS

Tony GaetaSoftware Engineer @fulcrumapp · Written
Spark has replaced the default mail client on both iPhone and Mac for me. Excellent UI and UX, seamless sync, and free.
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3
Airmail for iOS

One of the best Mac email clients, now on iPhone

Nikola KirevSoftware Engineer, The App Business · Written
Full featured email client for iOS. Highly customisable.
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ManuelLaw student, blogger. · Written
I haven't used any other iOS mail clients since I made the switch to Airmail. The customisation options are just insane. I love it.
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2
Polymail iOS

Simple, beautiful, powerful email for iOS

Hemanth GCEO, Wipadika Innovations · Written
Simple Clean UI, Works beautifully. Mail Tracking and Scheduling are features you will find handy.
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2
Notion

Artificial intelligence-powered email.

Nik SudanGame & Systems Developer · Written
You're able to archive multiple emails you're not likely to read, which saves a lot of inbox management. The generated user profiles with statistics are pretty nice too.
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Airmail for iPhone

Dan BairdCreative entrepreneur · Written
Without a doubt one of the best apps on my phone. Useful filtering, good gesture design and works great with accounts of all types
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Inbox by Google

Next generation inbox

Great iOS app, but no Mac app for it. Love the UI and the fluidity of the User Experience!
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Newton Mail

Christian BlättlerApplication Engineer @ rocketstart.ch · Written
Must be newton for me across all platforms! What I really like: - all your email accounts in one newton account - UX - Regular updates and innovative features (like looking up LinkedIn information on the sender and displaying it to you) What you should consider: - all your email accounts in one newton account (security) - it's not free
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