Acompli

The popular email app Acompli has been available on iOS for a while now, and today has officially arrived on Android as well. It not only handles many of your email accounts, but it also features a Focused Inbox that really looks to keep you on task when it comes to email. You can easily add in your Gmail, Exchange, Yahoo, or Outlook.com addresses.

Acompli bases your Focused Inbox not just on your big interactions, but also whether you actually respond to a particular contact. Focused messages stay apart from "other" mail, but you can reflag (or turn off) whatever you need to in order to keep things straight. You can also choose to receive alerts only for Focused messages, keeping you on track rather than constantly looking at your phone. This all stays within the app so you can still keep things tidy wherever else you check your email.

Add in integration with Dropbox, OneDrive, and iCloud and you have a nice little email app on hand. There's a built-in calendar and people function, plenty of settings, and a clean UI to handle it all.

If it sounds like the email app for you, grab it free from Google Play.

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Email app Acompli arrives on Android, helps you focus on what's important

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Wow, looks way to iOS themed for me. I don't want an email app that was just ported over. It needs to follow the android design guidelines.

Posted via Android Central App on the Moto X

Eh, email/calendar apps are important, and you spend a lot of time in them. Wanting something that you spend a lot of time looking at to look good is totally reasonable.

Posted from my Nexus 5, behind seven proxies

I use CloudMagic. I wish they would add printer support.... I disabled the stock Gmail app

Posted via Android Central App on 1+1

Really, nothing anymore is private. Sure you can try to get around by using security like Knox on android, or use iOS, or get the black phone. But no matter what os or network you use, there is always a possibility that you can get hacked. If the fbi wants to know what you are doing on your phone they will find out regardless of security measures you take. So if the government wants to look at my cat videos it is fine by me.

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The app does not do that. You should check out our privacy policy where we put everything in plain english. Peter (CMO, Acompli). You can find our privacy policy on our website... acompli dot com. Can't paste link here or it looks like a "spam" comment.

Be careful installing this app. After I installed it and decided it wasn't that great, I uninstalled and removed the Exchange partnership from my Corporate Exchange system. A few minutes later, I saw a new partnership appear for Acompli, this time with an iPhone model and serial number. As I don't have any apple devices, this was incredibly concerning. I removed that partnership, changed my corporate password, and reported this app as malicious to the Play Store. BE WARNED.

Wow, glad I wasn't the only one. So far the play store hasn't replied to my complaint. If you have the time, I suggest you file a complaint as well. Apps like this deserve a special place in hell.

We have a different algorithm, provide you an entire view of all your important email, work across all your accounts and allow you to re-classify your mail (between Focus and Other) on the phone.

No POP3 emails. Bye Bye.

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It's amazing how many e-mail apps don't have support for POP3.

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The phone on the right is weird, capacitive keys and touch keys, should of used nexus 5

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The hype ends there. Uninstalled after testing. Laggy at best. The focus is unfocused. Tsk Tsk Tsk.

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