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What's New
- New Haptic Feedback
- Improved Notification Preview
- Minor fixes
Description
Airmail is a powerful mail client for Mac, now available for iPhone and iPad.

Designed for the latest generation iOS, it supports 3D Touch, fast document previewing, high quality PDF creation, and native integration with other apps and services for a frictionless workflow.

Workflow customization is at the core, with a rich feature set like snooze, interactive push notifications, and full inbox sync.

iCloud sync provides a fully ubiquitous experience so that all your accounts and app preferences are synced.

BASIC
- Support for Gmail, Exchange EWS, IMAP and POP3
- Push notifications, with VIP, custom actions, full body preview and custom sounds
- Badge for Unread, Messages, and New
- Apple Watch app with glance and interactive notifications
- Customizable swipes
- Threads and single messages
- Snooze messages
- Bulk editing
- iCloud sync between Mac and iOS
- Drafts
- Aliases
- Multiple signatures
- Unified inbox
- Horizontal layout
- 19 languages

ADVANCED
- 3D Touch quick access
- 3D Touch Peek and Pop
- Spotlight search for documents and messages
- Share composer extension
- iCloud sync for labels, preferences and accounts across Mac and iOS
- Handoff between Mac and iOS
- Notifcation Based on Locations ("Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life."
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SEARCH AND FILTERS
- Online search
- Filter by Unread, Starred, Conversation, Today and Smart
- Quick access to the messages of one sender
- Quick per account single folder access

LABELS AND FOLDERS
- Full label access
- Per single labels sync
- Quick access to recent labels
- Favorite labels
- Full label creation and editing
- Document view with rich preview
- Unread, Today, Conversations and Contacts

COMPOSER
- HTML rich composer
- Attachment resizing
- Document import from Dropbox, Google Drive and much more
- Signature swipes
- Composer extension
- Online drafts
- Send and Archive

OPERATIONS
- Undo actions
- Move mail between accounts
- Multiple signature
- Operations view
- Attachments view
- Contacts view
- Mark as unread on open

CONTACTS
- VIP
- Google Directory Search
- Exchange Global Address List
- Contacts Group messages
- Auto CC/BCC

VISUAL
- Profile icons
- Highlight subject
- Account icons
- Account colors
- Preview message lines
- Remote images

ACTIONS
- Archive
- Trash
- Snooze defer messages
- Move and Labels
- Mark as Unread
- Mark as Starred
- Mark as Spam
- To Do, Memo, Done
- Send to Calendar
- Send to iOS Extension
- Create a searchable PDF
- Print
- Bounce
- Redirect
- Transfer to a different account
- Universal link Mac/iOS
- Add to sender to VIP
- Empty Trash and Spam
- Mark entire mailbox as read
- Archive all messages

INTEGRATIONS

Attachments:
- Google Drive
- Droplr
- Box.com
- OneDrive
- Dropbox

Open Links in:
- Safari
- Chrome
- Firefox
- iCab
- Mercury
- Safari in-app

Send to Apps and Service:
- Calendars Invites
- Apple Calendar
- Apple Reminder
- Omnifocus
- Todoist
- Wunderlist
- Fantastical 2
- 2DO
- Trello
- Clear
- Evernote
- Appigo Todo
- The Hit List
- Things
- Task
- Editorial
- Draft 4
- iA Writer
- Code Hub
- Things
- 1Writer
- Delivery
- Github
- Swipes
- Pocket

- Business
Airmail is also available on Apple B2B store with MDM and AppConfig support, please contact us for more info.

URL Scheme:
airmail://compose?subject=[subject]&from=[from]&to=[to]&cc=[cc]&bcc=[bcc]&plainBody=[plainBody]&htmlBody=[htmlBody]

airmail://compose?subject=Message%20subject&to=joe%40example.com&ann%40example.com&plainBody=Message%20body

Airmail does NOT store your messages on our servers.
Server processing is very limited and performed only if users enable push notifications.

Thanks to all the testers on the Slack group that have been involved in the development!
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Reviews
Reviewed by Dizfunctions 11 months ago

Honestly breaks my heart to give Airmail this rating. In terms of the quality of the animations, the total number of features of the flexibility available for when using the app, this should be a five star rating. If this was the desktop version, it would be. However, the mobile app fails in two very crucial spaces that cost me to eventually switch everything over to Spark mail app. The first is searching – it takes over 15 seconds for search results to show up, which is absolutely unacceptable, and also doesn’t happen on the desktop version. What gives? Second, drafting emails is a pain on mobile. The font selection and any changes made on the desktop version of the app don’t necessarily reflect properly on mobile, as I found out the hard way when drafting an email that went to multiple people and it turned out completely differently than when I had worked on it from the desktop version. These two things are core functionality of any email app and absolutely should not be the things that I should be criticizing Airmail about. As a result I’m forced to give a two star rating, but the developers should know that should these two issues be rectified, I will switch back to Airmail in a heartbeat - everything else is exactly how I like it.
Reviewed by DataDelver 11 months ago

I’ve been using Airmail on the iPad and iPhone for a year or so, and for the most part it definitely does its job. It is one of the few mail apps for iOS that still can handle POP accounts, and because I have a couple of those, I gave it a try. I don’t use Airmail for business, so I’ve not explored all the options, but for home use it’s been great. The interface seems overly complex, perhaps because of the multiplicity of options, most of which I don’t use. App is reliable, fast, and certainly the equal of Mail or Outlook on the iPad. Airmail doesn’t always show attachments (even if setting is to download all attachments), and the attachments folder is awkward to use. Not sure what the point of having that folder is. Even if it is necessary, why not show all attachments with icons, if all being downloaded? A bigger question is why do none of the email programs on iOS allow font choice or colored text? Why can I not draw right on my messages? Does Apple limit what email can do in iOS? Airmail support is outstanding. I spent a little time on their FAQ page today and before long a live chat window popped up asking if I needed help. Sarah was terrific in quickly answering my questions, and very pleasant, too. Kudos!
Reviewed by Scottffitch29 11 months ago

I’ve tried just about every email app available for iOS to manage my (predominately gmail) workflow and nothing comes close to the ease of use and reliability I’ve seen from Airmail. iCloud sync is a lifesaver for account and [more importantly] settings sync across my iPad and iPhone — excellent. The Customizations and actions within the app can be intimidating at first—due to how many they offer—but after a few minutes familiarizing myself with the app, it all fell into place. Support from the Bloop team has been nothing short of stellar— I had a few questions regarding account setup at first; and within a few minutes my questions were answered and my understanding of how the app and their services work was exactly where I wanted it to be.
Reviewed by 2 + 2 = 3 11 months ago

I’ve loved airmail since I purchased it. I ran into problems recently and contacted customer support. My issue was resolved in minutes thanks to Sarah! I can’t believe I waited so long to get help. Clearly they care about customer support unlike so many application vendors. I won’t wait so long next time if there is a next time.
Reviewed by AB_Preach 2017-12-16

Pretty good app, needs a calendar integration though. I've tried them all. I prefer this app over spark because of its customization and Mac OS and iPad support. Spark is faster, but lacks a lot of the tools that this app provides. *****Update****I want to love this app, but I just don't trust it. I tried snoozing an email and it just disappeared. That's bad for business. DELETED! *****Update**** I lost another email. Labeled an email “To-do” later removed label. When I went to search for the email in Archive, All Mail and Delete I couldn’t find it. Complete gone. I originally downgraded the app to one star, felt guilty and pushed it back to three. Now I am done. I can’t trust it. ****Update**** things seem to be working well. Pretty good full featured app. Support has been very responsive.
Reviewed by mahjr 2017-12-06

UPDATE: Airmail still going strong. Have compared it's features w other email apps and I cannot find anything to beat it. At one point I want getting any notifications from non-contacts correspondence, but, thanks to Sarah at support, I found that I had turned on Smart Notifications. Once it was turned off, all was fine. Yes, two other great email apps are free, but Airmail is still worth every penny for all you can do with it. ______________ it's gorgeous, amazing, tons of options, sharing PDFs of emails to different servers is done excellently, etc. But some email renderings just don't get through and am stuck with either no text, placement icons, or both. This only happened to me with 3 different mailings from separate companies. I'm hoping beyond hope that this will get fixed so that I can stop using other email apps as secondaries. Also, Airmail is a bit slow on retrieving/deleting emails, whereas apps like Edison Email retrieves/deletes an email or three instantly. If these two things can be corrected, Airmail would be so perfectly perfect!
Reviewed by Christopher Healey 2017-12-06

I tried out a lot of alternatives to iOS mail (which is actually fine) and settled on Airmail. It's been good so far, I haven't had any of the crash issues other people mentioned. Customer service is great too. I chatted with Steven (on Thanksgiving but they were working) trying to get the app badge icon working. Steven got it figured out with no fuss. Sometimes I forget how nice it is to have a real, knowledgeable person to ask when you need help. So Thanks to Steven and the Airmail support staff.
Reviewed by BettR 2017-12-06

After trying InBox, Mail for iOS, Spark, and various other and sundry mail apps for the Mac and iOS, I have finally given AirMail another try. And, boy am I glad I did! AirMail integrates with the apps I use most and has many features not found in the other apps I have tried. I have not experienced any crashes on any of my devices. I do see that syncing settings does not seem to be working, so would be nice if they could jump on that soon. Otherwise, I am very happy with this little app. It is free on the Mac and not expensive app on iOS. Excellent UI and remarkably fast at rendering my gMail account, which no other app can seem to manage.
Reviewed by AlchemicKnowledge 2017-12-01

As a long time user of the desktop version is by far the best email client. I've been wanted to use the iOS version but the terrible reviews scared me off. Because my workflow requires snoozing and delayed send, etc I finally gave in and bought it. I'm so happy with the app, it is so similar to the desktop app I love it and is now my default client. It does crash occasionally but it's not too often and some times it pauses between tasks but it's more rare than common. 5 features 3.5 stability 5 ux UPDATE. I've been using this app for about a month solid a my primary email client. Overall I'm very have with the performance, crashes and lags seem to be pretty minimal. 4.6/5
Reviewed by Tovokas 2017-11-25

I was happy with my previous iOS email client, but needed the ability to 'open in' my emails in a few key note apps. Airmail is so powerful and flexible I've been able to exactly recreate my previous workflow (custom swipes, all inboxes, all spam, etc) while also enjoying the additional features I needed. (And some I didn't even know I needed). After a few months I did run into an issue where the app would lock up doing swipe deletes. In what must be some kind or record, Mark from the support team responded to my email with 30 seconds with a suggestion that fixed the problem! That’s pretty amazing. Recommended.
Developer: Bloop S.R.L.
Download Size: 147857KB
Version: 1.3.2
Recommended Age: 4+
Release Date: 2016-01-31