Compatibility: iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple Watch
Requires: iOS 8.0 or later
– Google Gmail (IOS): 8.0 score
– Dropbox Mailbox (IOS): 8.0 score
– Taskbox Boxer – Lite(IOS): 8.0 score
★ Seamless inbox management：
● A “Focused” inbox that displays your most important messages first. The more you use it, the smarter it gets.
● Swipe gestures to quickly schedule, delete and archive messages.
● Smart filters to help you sort through your inbox.
★ Easy access to calendar and files：
● Share your meeting availability with just a tap and easily find times to meet with others.
● View and attach any file from your email, OneDrive, Dropbox, and more, without having to download them to your phone.
★ Work on the go：
● Open Word, Excel, or other Office document attachments to edit them directly in the corresponding app and attach them back to an email.
● Set your Out of Office messages directly from your iPhone or iPad.
● Multitask seamlessly on iPad with full Split View support in iOS 9.
“The best email app for the iPhone.” – The Verge
Outlook – the email app we recommend for the iPhone is, believe it or not, made by Microsoft. The outlook app for iPhone supports Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Outlook.com, iCloud, Gmail, Yahoo Mail, and IMAP accounts, covering most of the popular email services. It’s the closest you’ll get to feeling like you have a desktop email client in your hands.
There are customizable quick-swipe options for archiving and scheduling emails, making it easy to quickly triage your inbox. It also separates the clutter for you with a similar feature to Gmail’s Priority Inbox, and it seems to work even better. It breaks your inbox into two sections: “Focused” and “Other,” and also lets you quickly filter things like flagged or unread emails. These all save time; the app really lets you worry everything else besides email.
But the best part about Outlook is all the stuff it does that other email apps, such as iOS’s stunted native client or Gmail can’t do, like integrating your calendars and files from services like Google Calendar, Google Drive, Dropbox, Onedrive, and more. Outlook gives you super quick access to all of these services without even leaving the app. Want to see when that next meeting is? Tap the calendar icon on the bottom bar. Need to look through your Dropbox files for a picture you want to send? One tap on the files icon lets you dig through the cloud.
Even smarter, Outlook leverages these services to let you do things like see all the files you’ve sent or received with one particular person, or quickly attach files to messages even if they aren’t actually on your phone. You can even accept calendar invites without having to open the message. Outlook handles all of the hard work for you.
Microsoft, by way of Acompli, has really set a high standard here. Outlook honestly feels like a next-generation email app, something that will force its competitors to do a lot of work to catch up. If you want full control over your inbox and the services that surround it, Outlook is your only choice.
Source: The Verge