If any random person could get into your house because they knew your address,
you’d be furious. And yet this is exactly how email services have treated your
inbox. Your email is your digital home. Marketers and strangers shouldn’t be
able to just barge in whenever they want. Deleting me...
*UPDATE* For OnMail Users Only… Unless You Pay
With it’s first update, I sadly have to retract my original review and 4 stars of this app. They made adding additional accounts available but behind a paywall and needing to upgrade to premium to use the function. What a huge deal breaker, I had high expectations for this company but it’s sadly falling short. There’s also no easy setup of Apple Mail (you have to set up IMAP instead) like in their Edison app, you’re better off there for other accounts. INITIAL REVIEW: “I’ve been using OnMail for a while now and the service is great - I’m glad to finally see a native app for the service. Their new app’s interface and aesthetics are pleasing, but sadly you can’t add any other email account/server other than OnMail; even though they advertise the ability to do so. I was looking forward to replacing Apple’s dated Mail app. I hope the “add another account” feature becomes available in a future update. Nonetheless, if you’re an avid OnMail user, this app is great so far.”
A little rough around the edges, but very promising!
I’m honestly loving my experience with OnMail so far. It has some minor bugs and a few features missing that other mail apps offer, but there’s a lot of potential here. I’m a big fan of the security/privacy-based approach to email, and the UI is nice and clean. Can’t wait to see what’s in store for this new email service in the future!
Sooooo much promise … but from what I can tell. No split pane view on iPad (dealbreaker), and it seems the iOS app does not support many of the advanced features the web app does - i.e. split mailboxes, custom domains, etc, and right click functionality on iPad. Hoping for an update soon to justify my whopping $5 a month (jk - it’s cheap.) But seriously - those are some big deals for the iOS app.
Where do you add your email address
Downloaded the app, no place to sign up just sign in. Where do I sign up for a try?
Cleanest Interface I’ve Seen On Mail Client
It’s powerful, yet minimal. Easy to use and well designed!! I love it!
99$ for what?
I'm unclear about the value proposition here. Its another email app. No differences except in their own advertising. App by itself is ok, integrations are a hit or a miss. Support is slow to respond.
Purchased personal. iPhone failed to store password for unknown reason. Can’t reset. Reset link takes you to App Store. Still waiting a response….
No setup info
No info on how to set up an account. Just a screen asking for username and password. Tapping on the screen causes everything thing to disappear leaving an empty blue screen. I found the info by following the support link in the App Store and searching the FAQs. You need to go to their website to setup your account. Why do I need to go through this hassle when you could have put this on the opening screen?
Yes. OnMail - Fast & Simple Email is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 83 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 3.9/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for OnMail - Fast & Simple Email Is 62.0/100.
Yes. OnMail - Fast & Simple Email is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 83 OnMail - Fast & Simple Email User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for OnMail - Fast & Simple Email Is 62.0/100.
OnMail - Fast & Simple Email works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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