1. msdad's Avatar
    So, I'm not a huge fan of Gmail. However, I have to use it for work and college and I have a recovery email as well. I don't dislike the calendar app. However, my primary email runs on Exchange. I know this is a tall order, but I would like to see all my calendar items in the same place, but keep my Exchange account emails separate from my Gmails. Does such a creature exist? I tried Nine, and aside from the fact that it's not free (I honestly don't mind paying ten bucks for an app, free would just be nice), I really wasn't a huge fan. It's also awfully misleading in the App Store. It says free, but that's only a trial. I don't want to make that mistake again.
    06-07-2016 01:51 PM
  2. Laura Knotek's Avatar
    I like Aqua Mail. There is a free version, but the Pro version which is not free has more features. I found it worthwhile to buy the Pro version.
    saescott likes this.
    06-07-2016 02:07 PM
  3. Ben Kumar's Avatar
    Microsoft Outlook or Mail Droid.
    aCalender by Tapir.

    But use Google Apps as they are better every way. Try Inbox by Google too.
    06-08-2016 04:46 AM
  4. VigneshB's Avatar
    +1 for Aqua Mail. And also Outlook seems to work well with Exchange accounts. It also has a built in calendar which is functional.
    .
    Try Inbox by Google too.
    Inbox is good but supports only Google Accounts as of now.
    06-08-2016 09:09 AM
  5. saescott's Avatar
    Big fan of Aquamail. I am coming from Blackberries of various flavors, and have tried about 10 android email apps over the last month. I love how Aquamail's features make it the closest thing I have found to a Blackberry 10 or Priv email experience (obviously minus the messaging app aggregation found in the Hub). Some great features that set it apart from the rest are:
    - Ability to include Sent emails in the combined inbox
    - Ability to dismiss new unread count badges by simply opening the message list, not requiring you to actually open unread emails or mark them read.
    - Color choices for account-specific icon widgets
    - The most highly configurable message list widget out of all of the email apps that I have tried.

    The Setup menu is a bit complicated, but that is just due to the high degree of customization that is available, and can be considered part of the app's plus - side.
    06-10-2016 09:15 AM

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