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"Manage your e-mail in a practical way"

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Main Features of K-9 Mail

  1. App description: It is an email client that lets you manage multiple accounts on the same interface, being open source it's users can add functions that are increasingly practical.
  2. Functions: It supports all accounts, both POP3 and IMAP, plus Exchange 2003/2007, being specially made for organizing large amount emails.
  3. Activities: You can add signatures in the mail, sorting mail and synchronize different folders, plus save attachments to SD card by default.
  4. Languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian and others.
  5. Recommendations: Ideal for those who want an email client to manage all your accounts.
  6. Platform: Android smartphones and tablets.
  7. Requirements: Varies according to the device.
  8. Size: 4,6M
  9. Operating System: Android
  10. Recomendations: Content suitable for all ages.
  11. Price details: A completely free app. Free
  12. Installation requirements: A minimum of 4,6M of free memory space and Android OS which Varies with device.
  • Rating: The TOP 10 Most popular Apps in Mail.com category.
  • Ranking: The TOP 10 Most downloaded applications in Mail.com category.

POSITIVE about K-9 Mail

  1. Ideal for integrating multiple email accounts.
  2. Fast and lightweight application.
  3. No advertising.
  4. Attractive interface and very easy to use.

NEGATIVE about K-9 Mail

  1. It consumes a lot of battery.
  2. Its system to navigate could be improved.

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Works like Thunderbird but for Android


Excellent and versatile email client

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