REGARDING PERMISSIONS: Feel free to email us if you have any questions about any of them.
+ Yahoo oAuth2 fix
+ Fixed an encryption issue
+ oAuth2 support for Yahoo and AOL (Please remove and re-add your accounts)
+ Auto-respond to emails (based on rules)
+ Forward email as attachments
+ Remember emails typed in not in address book
+ Added save as options for attachments
+ Rules based on Recipient
+ Subscribe to more than 5 folders
+ Fixed some errors
+ More....
MailDroid is an ad-supported IMAP Idle Push, POP3, Exchange email client and is the best free app for personal or business. It is also a secure email app supporting PGP and sMIME. MailDroid supports multiple accounts and has no limitation on number of accounts allowed. MailDroid will support all well known IMAP servers, cloud mail servers, as well as free email servers (such as Hotmail, Outlook, Yahoo, FastMail, Gmail, AOL Mail, iCloud, rediffmail, GMX, Gawab, ATT, epost, Roadrunner, Runbox etc.) that you may use. Also, POP3 is fully supported as well and even allows you to create custom local mail folders! MailDroid is the perfect free mailbox client for anyone to use to manage their email.

MailDroid now supports oAuth2 enhanced security for your email with Gmail, Hotmail/Outlook, Yahoo Mail, and AOL Mail!

Email management is so important for everyday use, that when it comes to a mobile device, you want to use an application to manage that was built with that in mind from the start. MailDroid is that application for you:

MailDroid has all the features you could want from a mobile email application and it continues to be built around user feedback. With the ability for IMAP users to sync draft mails, sent mail, deleted mail based on when they are on wifi or mobile as well as pop3 preload ability, MailDroid was built with mobile data in mind from the start. MailDroid also focuses on on what business users want such as choosing to delete an email locally or from both device and server per email read as well as custom rules to alert and move certain mail to folders. Finally, for power users there is even encryption capability using open PGP and S/MIME. MailDroid will allow you to encrypt and/or sign email using open PGP in the MIME format or Inline format and allow you to encrypt and/or sign using S/MIME. There are so many other features that can be found in MailDroid, see a sample below:

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1. Complete re-write and not based at all on the standard email application
2. Idle Push for all IMAP servers that support it
3. Download attachments to your SD card using any file explorer or use the built in file manager to manage your files
4. Settings Support for signature, font size, ring tone, led color, icon selection etc.
5. Custom Mail Rules
6. Spell Check
7. Search your mail online (for IMAP servers only) or offline for both IMAP and POP3 servers
8. Password Protection
9. Microsoft Exchange 2003,2007,2010, Office 365 servers
10. Full WYSIWYG editor
11. Split screen for tablets
12. Calendar integration using ICS attachment (exchange 2007/2010 and CalDav support is coming)
13. Cloud storage integration to save attachments (dropbox,, Google drive and SkyDrive/OneDrive)
14. Customize your inbox styles and themes to your preference
15. Spam Filter Plugin --> REQUIRES IN-APP PAYMENT
16. Email Threaded Mode
17. Light Flow, Tesla Unread, Apex Launcher, and Dashclock Integration
18. Different notification styles and icons
19. Identities/Aliases supported
20. Backup SMTP Provider
21. open PGP support using PGP Inline or PGP MIME
22. S/MIME support
23. oAuth2 support for Gmail, Hotmail/Outlook, Yahoo, and AOL
24. Much more....


Please contact support if you have any questions
Package: com.maildroid
Version: 4.30 (430)
Screen Density: nodpi
CPU Architecture: armeabi
Uploaded: July 2, 2016 at 10:21 am UTC
File Size: 10.87 MB (11393162 bytes)
Target: Android 5.0 (Lollipop - API 21)
MD5: 2e895a70858d04c3f31d724df7eff706
Downloads: 131
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