When the Evomail email app was originally launched it was only for the iPad but, since then they released it for the iPhone and, in general for the whole iOS. Now however Evomail have released a version for Android, and very welcome it is too.


iPad Mini                                        Nexus 7 (2013)

I’m a long time user of Gmail and being able to sync all my devices with it is one of the features I like about it. But as ever I’m always prepared to give other apps ago to give to informed, unbiased opinion to you.

The app has launched on the Google Play Store and is available for free and with support for Android 4.0 or higher. Evomail is current sitting at version 1.0.1. having had a quick fix update.

David McGraw, Evomail co-founder and engineer said:

“It’s very exciting to see this thing launch on Android. Especially when you consider it has us beating many others in to what’s becoming a pretty competitive space,”

Evomail has features to include the ability to snooze your email. This should be good for those who want an empty inbox, but also may need to revisit some of those messages they are trying to clear out.

The app also takes advantage of the swiping gesture and allows the user to swipe to archive, trash and label messages. If you like push notifications then Evomail has them built-in . The app also has support for folders and labels which should make it easy to keep things organized and properly sorted.

Those using the app will also find some of the expected goodies dealing with customization. For example, you will be able to set a personalized avatar, set a signature and also specify reading preferences and triage gestures.

Evomail comes with support for Gmail and Yahoo accounts. The app also has support for IMAP accounts. At this time it is lacking support for POP3 and Exchange, however those are promised to arrive in the “next few weeks.” In the meantime, the app does look good and is easy to use and easy to navigate.

One final word from the team:

“We believe email isn’t broken, it just hasn’t kept up with the pace of change on the internet.”

And a welcome email from Evomail:


Evomail is modern mobile email.  Thank you for trying it out!  Before we get started, we’d like to take a moment to tell you something. We believe in email.  We believe email isn’t broken, it just hasn’t kept up with the pace of change on the internet.  We’re here to fix that. If you ever have any questions or have problems with Evomail, just reply to this email or visit our support site at http://evomail.io/help — our goal is to answer every question that comes in! We’re always interested in hearing about how you’re using email.  If you have a few minutes, please reply to this email and tell us what you don’t enjoy about your mobile email experience.  We’re here to listen — and more importantly, to fix your inbox. Just in case you need help switching to Evomail, here’s a little tutorial we put together to help you out: http://evomail.io/switch

Last but not least, follow us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/evomail) and

Facebook (http://facebook.com/MailWithEvo)!  We’d love to have you join us.


Jonathan (@jdg), David (@xmcgraw), Dom (@dangerdom) and Jeremy

VIA: TechCrunch





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Dave Thornton

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Been involved in technology for many years, more than I care to remember. Live in Dundee, Scotland. I like Android, Windows Phone OS, BlackBerry OS and iOS, and love writing about all things techie. Currently have a Honor 6+, Elephone P6000, Nexus 5, Chrombook C720, HTC One M7, Nokia Lumina 625, Microsoft Lumia 435, Blackberry Q10, HTC Hero and iPad mini