What are the best Gmail clients for Mac, Android and Windows?

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    Gmail is a free e-mail client offered and owned by Google that features a free 15GB of cloud storage. This multiplatform e-mail client can be accessed through its mobile app, whether you are running on Windows, iOS, or Android.

    Web, Windows, Android, iOS, Chrome


    Joshua Hoffman
    Written on September 15, 2017
    "Everyone knows Gmail, but should you use it daily? Well, it's simple, easy to use, but that's about it. Google harvests your information in order to provide ads tailored to you (haha), a rather boring interface especially for those used to flashier email apps as well as a mediocre labeling and search system. Certainly not bad if you just want to read your messages, but you can probably do better than the vanilla version."
  2. 6

    #2Inbox by Gmail

    Inbox by Gmail

    Inbox by Gmail was an email service developed by Google with a limited invitation-only basis aiming to improve email productivity and organization through several key features. It was shut down by Google on April 2, 2019. *NO LONGER AVAILABLE*


    Nicholas Harrison
    Written on September 15, 2017
    "Wow. This might be the coolest thing since sliced bread, but I have no idea where my most important to me emails (and I get a lot) is right now. The solution link just throws you in the deep end, with no tutorial in sight. Maybe on a nice slow Sunday I might wade in and figure out if this is for me, but not in prime working time."
  3. 5

    #3Newton Mail

    Newton Mail

    Newtwon Mail is a robust email client that supports almost any email client and can even be connected to many niche services like Evernote. If you are looking for a basic email client with a clean interface, look no further.


    Android, iOS, Mac, Windows

    Free- with in-app purchases

    Cheryl Bryant
    Written on February 28, 2017
    "I don't really understand why I need this. It's just shy of 50.00 for a year to basically do what I already do with email for free. Why do you need a snooze app for email? If you're busy when the email comes in just wait to read it until you have time. I installed this and tried it out to see if if would make my email somehow magical and sparkly or something but it's just a little prettier and a little streamlined. It might be nice but I'm not paying extra for that."
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    Mozilla Thunderbird has plenty of features and a lot of extensions that are available for free. It has unique functions such as creating links for files that are too big to send as attachments or the ability to read RSS news feeds alongside your emails

    Windows, Mac


    Andrew Garrett
    Written on September 21, 2017
    "I like that Thunderbird doesn't crash as often as other solutions that I have found. There is, however, a short learning curve and takes a while to get used to. To get my contacts in my address book moved over did take a while to figure out, but I like the add-ins and have customized Thunderbird the way I like it. I use the vertical view with the reader on the right side and have installed lightning. The one thing I don't like is that the contacts show only in a list form, not card format like it was in Outlook. A plus in using Thunderbird is I can scroll down through each message when I hit the space bar when reading them. When I get to the end of the message it jumps to the next one or to the next inbox folder which is really nice also. It is free and open-source which I also like."
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    Outlook is the app that will help you manage all your emails and stay in touch with your friends. It also includes calendars and a system that always keeps the important messages on tops so you don't miss a thing. 


    Web, Android, iOS

    Free- Varies by plan

    Johnny Gordon
    Written on June 2, 2017
    "If you're using a Windows phone like I am, Outlook syncs e-mails very nicely between both your PC and your phone via IMAP, without using too many resources in the background. On the PC side, the interface is fairly robust, and highly customizable. Great for power users."
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    BlueMail is a free email management tool which enables you to manage an unlimited number of email accounts from various providers and sync multiple inboxes in a unified interface. This will be the perfect alternative to your email app. 

    Android, iOS, Mac, Windows


    Fiona Xie
    Written on March 27, 2017
    "This is a very helpful app for people with multiple e-mail addresses. I use this app because I have a professional e-mail for work, an e-mail for signing up for coupons, pizza shops, online clothing stores, and an old e-mail with a crazy and long name I used in college. I don't like having to login to all 3 e-mails everyday so this is a nice way of saving time. "


Best What are the best Gmail clients for Mac, Android and Windows
1GmailApps 8 Free
2Inbox by GmailApps 6 Paid
3Newton MailApps 5 Free
4ThunderbirdSoftware 4 Free
5OutlookSoftware 1 Free
6BlueMailApps 1 Free

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