Home Must Read Emails have always been of great importance to people, and no wonder, as they have helped us stay in touch and reach new frontiers with those we love, even reaching a marketing level with coupons and special festivities such as Halloween and Christmas. Because of this, the huge number of apps of this type that exist is not surprising, however, which are the best? Here we are going to show you the top 5 email apps for Android, to see which one has the best options and features. What's Inside ToggleHow We Rate Email Apps For Android 5 Best Email Apps For Android 1. Edison Mail 2. Outlook3. Gmail4. Spark5. Yahoo! Mail How We Rate Email Apps For Android There are a huge number of apps available to download, however, some work better than others, all due to different factors. In this case, we are going to be guided by a small list of elements that will be decisive in creating the top: 1. Security (out of 5) 2. Ease of Use (out of 5) 3. Features (out of 5) 4. User Interface (out of 5) 5. Categorization & Spam Block (out of 5) 5 Best Email Apps For Android 1. Edison Mail Starting with a not-so-well-known app, we have Edison Mail. In terms of security, it has AES 256 encryption, a high standard used against cyberattacks and hackers. Likewise, the app itself has multiple layers of digital security such as touch and face ID, in addition to the fact that messages are saved directly on the device, not in the cloud. Speaking of its user interface, it is kind of similar to Outlook, as some users may say. It is very easy to use and extremely intuitive, showing all the categories and options it works with, plus various folders can be added. Likewise, it organizes emails according to certain factors, such as travel, packages, bills & receipts, and entertainment. In relation to its features, you can pin important messages, it has a focused inbox for priority messages, you can undo sends, have a contact list, intelligent search, smart replies, and many more things. Now, what makes this app shine is its categorization and spam block. Yes, it categorizes emails according to whether they are a priority or not, but the star is the way it blocks any content classified as spam. Likewise, this process can be done manually, and even avoid more emails of this type with just one click. Security: 5/5 Ease of Use: 5/5 Features: 4.8/5 User Interface: 5/5 Categorization & Spam Block: 5/5 2. Outlook Without a doubt, one of the biggest email services in the world is Outlook. This service and app brings with it incredible specifications, such as the Exchange Online Protection service that protects the user from malware and spam, which goes hand in hand with two-factor authentication, encryption in transit, and confidential mode to achieve the greatest security. However, with that in mind, and as with Gmail, the creator company might use personal information to advertise certain products, although nothing is of great concern. In relation to its ease of use, the app is very basic. It has the usual inbox, junk, drafts, sent and deleted, although you can also create new folders to protect certain emails or drafts. Likewise, among other features it has, there is a calendar, contacts, scheduling emails, custom email signatures, automatic responses, task scheduling, preview pane options, and much more. Having said that, it has a pretty special factor, and that is that it categorizes emails by their importance. This happens because it places certain emails in the priority tray, such as personal emails or conversations, while keeping certain business or spam emails as “other”, thus facilitating the general order. Security: 4.5/5 Ease of Use: 5/5 Features: 5/5 User Interface: 5/5 Categorization & Spam Block: 5/5 3. Gmail Gmail is known worldwide by a huge number of users because it is the main platform of the Google company. Although this is the popular email option, the reality is that it has some details regarding security. Yes, it is technically reliable and can be used safely since it encrypts messages and has a great login process, but opportunities have been seen where the creator company uses the user’s data to recommend various products within the same app. Having said that, and commenting a little more on its use, it is extremely easy to use, since it specifies where the incoming emails are located, as well as those sent, drafts, and so on. In that sense, it is very intuitive. Now, among its features, there are several of them that shine incredibly; Not only does it have an option to create complete sentences from a simple prompt, but it also provides various suggestions when typing and has predetermined responses to facilitate conversations. Likewise, this email option not only brings the basic Mail option, but also has options to create and maintain various chats, as well as create meeting spaces between various users, and even hold video conferences if necessary. Finally, the spam block is also located here, where emails from pages known to create spam are filtered. It is worth noting that this option connects to the various Microsoft Office apps, and it can be customizable. Security: 4.2/5 Ease of Use: 4.8/5 Features: 5/5 User Interface: 5/5 Categorization & Spam Block: 4.8/5 4. Spark Continuing down the list is Spark. This is an app that, although it is not as well-known as many others, does work in a great way. Its security level is relatively normal, with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) standards. It does not create a backup of the emails sent, although they can be viewed when needed. The best part is that the developer says that it is designed with AI which can differentiate personal emails from business ones.See alsoHighs and Lows of Securing Love via Social MediaRoman.T·November 24, 2023 It is easy to use, due to a simple interface that gets straight to the point. Among these factors are the messages received, sent, deleted, and archived, in addition to having support to use several emails at the same time, and have them together in a single tray or separately. In addition to that, it has features such as smart search, private comments, different timing tools, keyboard shortcuts, pinning emails, and the possibility of sharing inboxes and tasks. Finally, you have the possibility of automatically or manually blocking certain emails, such as repeated messages or spam. Security: 4.5/5 Ease of Use: 4.8/5 Features: 4.5/5 User Interface: 5/5 Categorization & Spam Block: 4.5/5 5. Yahoo! Mail Completing this list is one of the oldest apps on the market: Yahoo! Mail. At the interface level, it has been updated over the years, and now it not only shows the main categories such as inbox, unread, and sent but also separates emails according to their content, such as whether they have posts or documents, in addition to various folders that can be created. In addition to that, it has a spam blocker that, although it sometimes lets certain emails through in disguise, works very well. Speaking in relation to security, this could be better. This app does not have, for example, recovery methods, and it lacks 2FA modern prompts for strong passwords, which is a two-factor authentication. This does not necessarily make it a place that is not worth it, but it is a little bit less safe than those mentioned above. It also has many features, such as response management, the possibility of adding different accounts and managing them, archiving and retention of emails, email tracking, and even shared inboxes. Having said all that, a negative point compared to the rest of the apps is that this one does not have a special category of priority emails, so they could get lost among the other emails. Security: 4/5 Ease of Use: 5/5 Features: 4.5/5 User Interface: 4.6/5 Categorization & Spam Block: 4.5/5 What did you think of this top of 5 email apps for Android? Do you think any other app should be on this list? Let us know in the comments.