Last week’s poll summary: Last week, we asked you how long you usually keep your smartphone before upgrading. Out of over 56,200 total votes, roughly 34 percent of voters said they keep their phones for over two years, while 33 percent said they keep their phones for 1-2 years before upgrading. Around 17 percent of voters buy a new phone whenever their old one breaks.
If you’ve been paying attention to the news over the past few months, you may find yourself looking for a new email app.
Google’s Inbox app, which has garnered over 10 million downloads since its launch in 2014, is shutting down this March. Some of its features have made their way to the Gmail app, while some are still in question. Plenty of people still aren’t entirely on board with the standard Gmail app though, which means third-party clients the only way to go.
One of the most popular third-party email apps is Newton. After leaving the Play Store in September 2018 and getting acquired by Essential shortly thereafter, the popular email app is now back on the Google Play Store. But with its future in question and the sting of the new $50 yearly subscription, some users are afraid to go back to their once-beloved email app.
I wanted to open the question to our readers: What email app do you use, and why? Do you stick with Gmail, the stock email app on your phone, or something else? Cast your vote in the poll and be sure to speak up in the comments!
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February 5, 2019 at 10:53AM