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MailDroid

MailDroid

MailDroid is an ad-supported WebDAV/POP3/IMAP Idle Push mail client written from the ground up and and not based on the stock Android mail client.

Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) is a set of methods based on the HTTP protocol that facilitates collaboration between users in editing and managing documents and files stored on web servers.

MailDroid in action

Features:

  • Bulk Tools (read/unread/delete/flag/move to folder)
  • IMAP Idle Push
  • Save/Download Attachments to SD card
  • Settings support (Signature, font size, patterns, ring tone, LED color etc.)
  • Notification Channels (Profiles for sound, vibration, and LED)
  • Asynchronous loading - scroll down to read emails
  • Pull/Sync with mail server
  • Custom Rules
  • Spell Check
  • Search
  • Address Groups
  • Password Protection
  • Status bar notifications
  • Auto-save Drafts
  • Signature per account
  • Exchange 2003, 2007, and 2010
  • IMAP and POP3 (device only for pop3) support for flags
  • IMAP subscription folders
  • Connection status bar
  • Print support using EasyPrint
  • Logging
  • Filter mail
  • Highly customizable
  • Supports many providers: Yahoo Suite, AOL, GMail, GMX, Hotmail Suite, any POP3/IMAP mail provider
  • Internationalization support: Chinese, Czech, Danish, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish
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www.flipdogsolutions.com
Free (Ad-supported)
Flipdog Solutions, LLC
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Verdict:

MailDroid is an easy to use mail client for the Android platform. It also has a good range of features. We found the ads displayed on the free version to be a little too distracting, and the Pro version (which removes the ads) is a ridiculous $17.99.

7/10

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