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Inbox by Gmail meets BlueMail – Which email app does the best job?

It has been decades since emails have become incredibly important to all spectrums of society as they offer quick solutions for sending out intricate messages as well as attached media to any kinds of contacts.

They allow you to share pictured from your vacation with your friends and family but also to send that very important report to your boss. The only thing different between a couple decades ago and today is the fact that now we have a lot more email applications at our disposal. So that being said, we dedicate today’s article to finding out which is better: Inbox by Gmail or BlueMail,  the lesser known service which for many will play the role of the underdog.

Support

This is a category that not a lot of people might have expected to see BlueMail win. The reason for which it scores here and Inbox doesn’t is because the latter only features support for Gmail, which is basically the in-house application for Inbox. On the other side, BlueMail features a lengthy and impressive list of supported services which definitely make the app more attractive. Among the support apps you can find office essentials like Office365 but also other email services like Yahoo, Outlook and even Gmail.

UI

Both services offer a great interface for their users. Having a good UI is tremendously important for the fact that if it were complicated, people just wouldn’t know how to operate the service.But that’s not a valid concern in this situation because both services come with a great interface that makes everything easy to find. More than that, they’re both great at sorting things out. While Inbox by Gmail features different categories in which emails are automatically sorted and prepared, BlueMail features an intuitive menu that allows you to organize all the elements from a drop-down menu of emails with just one tap.

But that’s not a valid concern in this situation because both services come with a great interface that makes everything easy to find. More than that, they’re both great at sorting things out. While Inbox by Gmail features different categories in which emails are automatically sorted and prepared, BlueMail features an intuitive menu that allows you to organize all the elements from a drop-down menu of emails with just one tap.

Notifications

This is the category where BlueMail takes the advantage thanks to its adjustable LED feature. On most devices, you also get a small LED which will light up a different color based on the kind of notification you have received. Missed calls turn on the red LED for example wile a new text message could use the green color. Usually there’s also a way to map the colors, usually through a third party app. Speaking of apps, BlueMail offers great functionality and includes tons of options for the LED feature.

Taking these factors into account might help you decide more easily on whether or not you want Inbox by Gmail or BlueMail. However, you are free to give them a a try and personally see what they’re both about, meaning that you can get a more educated perspective on which you should choose.

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