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Spark email app for Android is finally here

03 April 2019 3

Readdle has finally released its critically acclaimed email client app Spark for Android. It was requested heavily by its fans who have been using it on iOS and macOS platforms. The official release of the app happened on the same day Google shut down Inbox which is not a coincidence by any means. The team is hoping to attract many of the users who would be looking for an Inbox alternative email client app and don't like Gmail.

Spark email app is popular among users because of a number of features and some of them were also available on Inbox. These include the ability to categorize emails into categories like promotions, newsletters, and finance. It prioritizes emails on the basis of importance which means important emails will be on the top. It has smart notifications to send you new email alert only when it is from someone you know.

There are features like snoozing, send later, archive, and quick replies to help you become more productive. It offers Smart Search to help users quickly find emails they are looking for. Another good thing about Spark is that it is completely free of ads. It is also claimed that it neither tracks or collects users' data nor sells it to third-parties.

It does offer a paid version priced at $6.39 per user which helps it generate revenue. It is aimed at those users who want even more customizations and freedom when it comes to handling emails. It includes features like email draft collaboration which can be helpful for people working in a group.

  • Spark | Android | Google Play Store, Free



Spark email app for Android is finally here
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Obviously, being an Android user, it'd be the first time for all such of them to try it for the very first time. And looks promising from what I read.

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