Combining simple solutions to your frustrating email issues with an easy-to-use and look at UI, Acompli allows you to add your Gmail, Exchange, Yahoo, and Outlook addresses along with Dropbox, OneDrive, and iCould integration in order to give you a complete email experience; a built-in calendar and people funtion also give you immediate scheduling capabilities.
You can download the app directly on your device through the Google Play Store or by using the following link:
|Requirements||Android 2.2 or greater|
Acompli for Android also comes with a Focused Inbox that is comprised of large, important emails and conversations, allowing you to only get updates on what really matters. You can still view your other mail in other folders when it comes time to clear out the spam, but for the most part, the Focused Inbox will be where you’ll spend the majority of your decreased time.
The app itself is well design, minimal and attractive, with an easy to use layout which borrows elements from other popular email apps. In your inbox, you’re able to fast swipe emails into your archive or slow swipe them into the trash, encouraging you to action your emails right there. There’s also thread view for messages, something that every modern email app should support.
What sets Acompli apart is that your calendar and location sharing is built right into new email composition. The Location Sharing feature, as its name suggests allows you to embed a pin of your location in an email.
The Calendar integration allows you to click the calendar icon to quickly pull up your calendar in the app (rather than switching over to the calendar app) and quickly create an invite, or, suggest times that are available for a meeting and let the recipient pick a time that suits. You’re able to manage your full calendar within Acompli, completely negating the need for the native calendar app, as well as maintaining your contacts stored in your email account.
The company has spent a lot of time focusing on speed, too, and decided that the email protocols that exist (like IMAP and Activesync) aren’t mobile friendly, are taxing on the battery or just generally slow. Instead of using these protocols, the service proxies the email through its own servers, rather than the various providers. All data is encrypted in transit and the app doesn’t store credentials on your device.