Five of the Best Email Apps on iOS for 2019

Email apps are a popular App Store category for one simple reason – almost all of us need to access email on our iPhones and iPads. While Apple has its own Mail app built into iOS devices, some people want a more feature rich experience.

Luckily there are plenty of developers out there who are trying to create the perfect iOS inbox, but it’s hard to sort through the dozens of email apps available. We dove into the App Store in our latest YouTube video and rounded up five of the best email apps on iOS for 2019

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Spike –
Polymail –
Airmail –
Spark –
Edison –

43 Replies to “Five of the Best Email Apps on iOS for 2019”

  1. Matt Z

    If Facebook had their own email client I would consider signing up for a Facebook account. I'd rather have one account than having a bunch of open accounts.

  2. Anand Muthukrishnan

    I might not be super wrong if I say that almost all of those apps and their backend has access to your email credentials and read your email to provide package tracking and similar features. For those who can’t afford to put security second to convenience, Apple Mail app is the choice. I have pretty much evaluated all these apps and their data privacy policies.

  3. Matt Klapman

    It is an industry failure to not explain which apps are actually services that run your private email through their own servers and therefore affect your privacy. Please add the description (as Apple does not) to state whether these apps are client-only and do not require a third-party server. Utilizing an app that runs your email through a third party server is another failure point not just for security, but for reliability that your email was actually sent or received.

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  5. Sahil Arora

    Been using spark for a few years now… it gets better and better and I’ve tried to with to others like gmail and outlook but I always come back to spark and the Mac app is the clincher… to be honest the main reason I’ve never switched to android (and I’ve been tempted and wanted to) has been spark. I can’t live without email and spark makes it easier to deal with Emmy 150+ mails per day.

    You don’t mention it’s quick reply system that I use ALOT and it’s probably the main reason I’m sticking with spark.

  6. Mike Kern

    The built in iOS Mail app needs a complete overhaul. Marketing fluff like unified Inbox and group messaging is just that, fluff. 

    Mail is the root or the hub of the conversation. It's also contacts, dates, places, notes & files. Mail should seamlessly and flawlessly tie in to ALL those things with end users ease. I should be able to see all mail messages received while in my Calendar app (either received, by due date, for an appointment, etc). I should be able to link notes or comments relating to a mail message in Notes. I should be able to tag contacts in a mail message, so when I'm in contacts I can filter by the people who I'm working with on a series of mail messages. I should be able to tag a location within a mail message so when I'm in Maps, I have all the messages related to that location.

    ALL current Mail apps are SO limited & shame on the Apple & the developers for the lack of creativity.

  7. Arash Taji

    I’ve used quite a few iOS email apps, and at the end of the day I keep going back to the stock mail app. Works brilliantly, and allows you to mark up pdf documents by pressing and holding the pdf icon. None of the other mail apps offer this. Also it offers split screen support on the iPad. Can’t go wrong with the stock mail app!!

  8. Ian R

    What about security? I dropped one of these apps after I discovered that their servers access my mail server in order to deliver notifications – that’s a definite no no for me.

  9. Nathaniel Rosen

    My one issue with Spark is that when I add my gmail, iCloud, and work email it gets way too cluttered especially in the Smart Inbox. If I could group two email accounts together (my personal gmail and iCloud) that would be awesome.

    Edison is my current client, one issue I have is that the package tracking is really delayed or simply doesn’t pick up that I have a package.

  10. LastStarfighterAJ

    Do any of these support HTML signatures? I want an app to keep my work email away from having control of my device (so not the stock mail app) but allows HTML signature (so not Outlook)

  11. Dan Pandrea

    I have a PC and an Android phone at work. I'm a Mac and iPhone user. Outlook is the only mail app working on all 4 platforms. It looks great, it has several services integration and the recent user interface update is really good. I can't recommend it enough for users in my situation.

  12. coachU2

    Outlook is the best client on iOS. Multiple accounts, in-app calendar and cloud storage services integration for quick attachments. Oh, and it's 100% free.

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