Best MailBox alternatives that you can try
MailBox was an simple email app. It had a beautiful user interface, and it was easy to use, but it will be closed soon since it was costly to DropBox. It was a good application, but there are few email applications that you can try instead of MailBox.
It is one of my favorite email apps. It looks beautiful, has a plenty of features and support Google, Yahoo and iCloud accounts. The best part is that besides of seeing your emails, you can also see your calendar appointments, files and contacts within the application. The problem with OutLook is the speed. It is not as fast as Gmail in Android.
It is the official app for Gmail. It has a beautiful ui, and the best feature is that you are not limited to use only gmail account, so that you can add your iCloud, OutLook and Yahoo account. Even though it does not have fancy features that you can find on OutLook, it is just simply, and fast.
Inbox was an email client provided by Google. The concept of Inbox is different that other email applications. It can categorize your email automatically. For example, when you buy something from Amazon, Google Play, etc and receive the email about your payment, it will automatically put that email under the category “purchases” and will show the elements of your purchase in a now card. I have business email besides of my personal ones, and that is the problem. I can use my personal accounts with Inbox, but since my company does not support Inbox, I am unable to use my business account.
Winner ( Android ) – Gmail
Okay, OutLook is cool, but slow in Android. Inbox has amazing features, but not every company email account is supported. Also, you cannot add iCloud, Yahoo, or Microsoft account to Inbox. That is why Gmail is winner: it is fast, and supports iCloud, Yahoo and Microsoft accounts. Even though it does not have the cool features that you can find on OutLook or Inbox, it allows you to see and response to your mails swiftly.
Winner ( iOS ) – OutLook
iOS is the platform that OutLook wins, because unlike the Android, OutLook works with less problems. And since the application has fancy features and supports Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft accounts, it is the winner on iOS.