Blue Mail for Android

Yesterday I downloaded and installed the free  Blue Mail app as an email client on my  Android phone. Until now I haven’t needed an email client. Why do I need one now? I have mail notifications I need to keep up with and prioritise. I don’t want to spend my time on my desktop trawling through emails and then decided which ones I need to respond to. Using my phone means I can respond straight away and quickly if I need to or just read and delete. It’s about getting the updates I need and quickly dismissing what I don’t need. Blue Mail installed quickly on my phone and picked up the email address I wanted effectively. it is then very easy to use and manage. YouTube has plenty of training clips if you want to be able to use all the functions properly and if you want to run multiple email accounts from email. At this stage I haven’t organised the multiple accounts. I need to get used to the app first. The is a review of Blue Mail on techrounder  and it really has had some good reviews. There is also a technical review as to why someone decided to forgo Blue Mail. It was written in 2014, updated in 2015,  and so, by now, perhaps the issue might be resolved. You can read a copy of Blue Mail’s privacy statement.  At this stage I have had no issues and the advantages have been immediate.

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