Kaiten Mail Reaches Stable Version 2.0 With a New Interface and Improvements

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  • 01 Apr 2013
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  • To be precise, there aren’t that many good Email alternatives on the Play Store, to the one provided by either the manufacturers or Google by default with the OS. It is the case with many users that prefer an alternative for email to the variants provided by default and with more features then the stock.

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    Among the most popular stock email alternatives, Kaiten Mail is now one of the best there is, providing huge potential for becoming the prefered solution for both professionals and normal users. The app has only recently reached the stable release for version 2.0, offering a great new holo interface that seems a lot faster than before and it’s both easy to use and very clean. The developers have made sure that the style of the UI provides some unique aspects, to differentiate from other alternatives of the sort.

    Kaiten Mail provides support for multiple accounts, including IMAP, POP3 and Exchange 2003/2007 (via WebDAV) accounts. It also provides push notifications using IMAP IDLE, supports rich text editing and provides contact pictures for messages. The app also supports the latest Android 4.1+ features, with expandable notifications for marking as read, replying or deleting emails. The app is provided in both a free variant on the Store that is ad supported and a regular version that is available for purchase.

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