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MyMail, new email client optimized for mobile and tablets

MyMail

Despite the excellent mobile application that GMail has for Android and iOS, and in addition to the mobile email clients available as standard on the devices, that does not mean that from time to time other more than decent options appear for users We have to choose the email client that best suits our needs based on the variables that we mark.

In this sense, MyMail (mymail.my.com), belonging to the My.com mobile application suite, has recently appeared, which allows users to manage different email services under the application itself, being able to go from one service of email easily, in addition to adding new accounts, just by moving our finger from the left edge of the screen to the right. The email services supported by MyMail are GMail, AOL, Yahoo Mail, iCloud, Outlook, Hotmail, and other services using the IMAP and POP3 protocols.

There are aspects in its operation whose interactions are similar to those of the GMail mobile application, such as the navigation panel, as they have noted in AddictiveTips, although it also maintains its differences when using other colors and icons. On the plus side, in addition to the optimized interface for phones and tablets for both Android and iOS systems, there is also support for push notifications and image previews as well as avatars.

On the contrary, it does not support the threads of the messages, in addition to not allowing to directly view the recipients of an email, unless they are consulted in the details. Obviously, it also has the essential features you would expect from any email application.

MyMail also allows users to use MyChat, another application from the same suite, although it is an add-on within the application itself, even though it also has its own separate application.

Now all that remains is for us to install it in our terminals and test whether it meets our needs, especially considering that e-mail queries using mobile devices are the order of the day, since it often avoids having to turn on our equipment just to check our email trays.