Best free mail app for iPhone 5?

rugved1118

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Hello,
Can anyone suggest any free mail app for iPhone5 ?


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The stock mail app does everything I need it to do, so that's what I've always used. Please list what features you need that the stock mail app doesn't have so people can list third party app suggestions for you.
 

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The stock mail app does everything I need it to do, so that's what I've always used. Please list what features you need that the stock mail app doesn't have so people can list third party app suggestions for you.
Hello,
Can you tell me what is this stock mail app ? Is this the built-in app feature which is bundled with ios 7.1 ?


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It is the default mail application with iOS since 7.0. I'm not sure what you want in a mail app but another one to check out is Mailbox.
 
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I switched to Gmail and have all my mail sent there due to so much spam. Downfall now is that I have to manually send stuff to trash. If I archive it, that sends it to my important folder. Strange.
 

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I finally got notes figured out in mail. Makes no sense though.
 
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rugved1118

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It is the default mail application with iOS since 7.0. I'm not sure what you want in a mail app but another one to check out is Mailbox.
I havd installed mailbox but i guess there is no feature to attach 2 or more files in one email... Please correct me if i am wrong...


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I havd installed mailbox but I guess there is no feature to attach 2 or more files in one email... Please correct me if I am wrong...
You can attach two or more files with the mail app that comes preinstalled on the iPhone.
 

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You can attach two or more files with the mail app that comes preinstalled on the iPhone.
Can you tell me how ? I have tried already...


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Tap on the body of the text, press the arrow and them select Insert Photo or Video. Repeat the process for the next photo.
 

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Tap on the body of the text, press the arrow and them select Insert Photo or Video. Repeat the process for the next photo.
Hardly functional for businesss. I need to be able to attach PDF and other files. I know I can use drop box etc. but my place of employment blocks those sites which means most of the recipients won't be able to download the attachment at work. This is a big deficiency Apple needs to address. Sorry to butt in. Right now I am jailbroken and just email from ifile.
 

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Hardly functional for businesss. I need to be able to attach PDF and other files. I know I can use drop box etc. but my place of employment blocks those sites which means most of the recipients won't be able to download the attachment at work. This is a big deficiency Apple needs to address. Sorry to butt in. Right now I am jailbroken and just email from ifile.
Yeah, I use DropBox for PDFs. Fortunately, my employer doesn't block the site and they provide super-fast free WiFi (the upload is 40+ Mbps). I completely agree, though. More versatility with email attachments and a file system that we could drag and drop various files to would be nice.
 

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Yeah, I use DropBox for PDFs. Fortunately, my employer doesn't block the site and they provide super-fast free WiFi (the upload is 40+ Mbps). I completely agree, though. More versatility with email attachments and a file system that we could drag and drop various files to would be nice.
Your lucky! At my work the guest wifi sucks BIG time, honestly it's worse than dial up lol