App of the Week: CloudMagic
CloudMagic made its debut appearance on the Google Play Store just four months ago and has been recognized as one of the most elegant, user-friendly, secure and feature-packed third-party email clients ever since. So, consequently, we’ve decided to bring the application its very own review here at Cult of Android.
CloudMagic is jam-packed full of the latest and greatest features any email client has to offer, furthermore, it’s completely free to download and use. This application incorporates built-in support for all the major email hosts, including Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo Mail, Outlook.com, iCloud, Google Apps, Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Mail.com, GMX, AOL and all other IMAP accounts.
Once installed and setup, you’ll be presented with an incredibly simple, yet gorgeous user interface, which gives you the facility to navigate between individual inboxes for all your email accounts or head into the exclusive ‘Unified Inbox’ to view all your emails from all of the accounts stored on your handset in one place.
However, if you happen to be looking for a particular message, but cannot remember what account it was sent to, you can use CloudMagic’s ‘powerful’ integrated search tool, which allows you to use ‘smart search suggestions’ in order to quickly retrieve the email you are looking for.
Unlike any other third-party email client currently available to download on the Google Play Store, CloudMagic also comes preloaded with six essential tools which permit you to work directly from your inbox without having to open any separate applications. Thanks to the integration of Salesforce.com, Zendesk, Pocket, Evernote, Trello and MailChimp, you can store, delete and take action on emails that you would usually only be able to do whilst using a desktop computer. So, in terms of productivity, CloudMagic really is the best email client on the market.
You will also be provided with the resources necessary to completely secure and protect your inbox from prying eyes. If you head into the Settings section of the app, you’ll be able to toggle either a passcode or pattern lock, which you will be required to input every time you open the app, if entered incorrectly ten consecutive times all of your data will be heavily encrypted then permanently deleted.
Overall, CloudMagic is by far one of, if not the best third-party email client we have tested here at Cult of Android for a while, and if you’re in the market for a new application to read your electronic mail we strongly urge you to give it a try. If you want to download the application, click the link below.