I never really knew how much I was subscribed to until I opened this, and I’m glad I did. (One thing I did notice is that it doesn’t carry over to other emails. For example, at school, I have to use GMail app store optimization agency, but at home, I use Edison. Even if I unsubscribe from something on Edison, it still reaches my inbox on the web version of GMail. I have to wonder if I’m actually unsubscribed or if Edison itself just filters the mail and redirects it towards Spam and Trash. Something to think about.) Another favorite of mine is the ability to make PDFs out of emails, which I just discovered today. I have to document email responses for a project and it can be difficult to accurately compile responses without misquotation or format errors. Luckily, with Edison I can create an organized, unblemished PDF version of the mail at the tap of a button, very useful for keeping my information organized, printable, and accessible.
I highly recommend this to all Apple users as a go-to email app. It’s fast and reliable and it gets the job done far better than other alternatives. It’s free, beautiful, and effective. After my encounters with Yahoo, Spark, Apple Mail, Gmail, and others, I’ve never found a mail app that trumps this one, and that means I’m staying loyal. Thank you, Edison, for producing what might be the only reliable mail app on the App Store. It exceeds all my wildest expectations, and for free app store optimization agencies, and I know it will continue to do so in the future.An edit: I’ve noticed that Assistant has a new ‘Calendar’ feature I didn’t see before. Even though I have all of the calendar settings turned on, I don’t see the ability to get that tab in the Assistant section. Is there a way for me to do this? I’d also love if instead of just a plain color, you could have a picture background. Nonetheless, this is still the best email app I could ask for, and I’ll never be deleting it. For developer: This didn’t solve the problem for the calendar feature. I checked all settings. Everything is enabled, but even when I select ‘Edit List’ I don’t have an option to select calendar, because it just isn’t there. That worked! Thanks to developers for timely and helpful, friendly responses!! Edison Mail is so simple and down-to-Earth. It is so easy to use. Does not have all those other mindless folders to distract you. And Edison’s Trash button works in one touch. Gmail requires you having to do all these extra clicks just to move the mail to the Trash folder, and it still isn’t deleted app store optimization analysis. You have to wait til Gmail decides to delete it, which is about 30 or 40 days. Edison Mail is simple and easy and gets right to the point. I don’t usually write reviews, but you guys really nailed it! After using it for only 30mins, I uninstalled every other mail apps on my phone – outlook, gmail, spark… This app is way better than others. It is clean, smooth, lighting fast and really does what it says! Now I never need to wait for 5s to get my outlook open, and I never need to switch accounts to check my gmails anymore, and I always has my focused inbox instead of just for unread mails!