Over the last few weeks, I’ve fallen in love with an absolutely awesome mobile device email client known as CloudMagic. Surprisingly, it brings the kind of support you only dream about for MS Exchange/Outlook, Gmail, and many other cloud email. CloudMagic is magic.
In addition to outstanding support for multiple email accounts in one app on your mobile device, it stores your credentials, making it easy to login on any device running the app–and it works on iOS and Android devices, from phones to tablets–and then pulls in your account information. That means that instead of setting up each account (for example, would I really want to set up mail server, usernames, passwords for each of my five email accounts (I monitor my Mom’s, as well as my own personal, work, business, etc.) and it’s a blessing to not have to manage all of them–CloudMagic gets it done! It’s search capabilities are also light-years ahead of the stock apps on iOS and Android devices. In fact, I don’t even use the stock apps on those devices, preferring CloudMagic.
Finally, as a heavy Evernote and Read It Later’s Pocket user, I was delighted to see how easy it is to send content directly from my email and file it in the appropriate location on those online notes and bookmarking services. CloudMagic uses something called “cards” to enable you to copy content into Evernote, for example. Very easy, and a solid feature that works 100% of the time.
CloudMagic Cards are micro applications that connect your email account with popular business tools. Cards let you complete your work without leaving your email. CloudMagic Cards currently support popular tools like Salesforce.com, Zendesk, Pocket, Evernote, Trello and MailChimp. Source: CloudMagic FAQ
I’ve setup my family members on CloudMagic, and encourage you to give it a try. To be clear, this isn’t a sponsored post or anything. This app is that good and available at no cost.
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