What You Need to Know About Mail App on Apple Devices

Mail is one of the most important apps on Apple devices that connects you to the Internet, be it via Wi-Fi or a cellular network. This is the reason why you will see the icon for the email app on the home screen of your iPhone or iPad when you first buy it.

Both iPhone and iPad will allow you to sync all your email in one place using the Mail app.

While you can still check your email in separate accounts using the Safari browser, which is the default browser that comes free with every Apple device and connects to the Internet, you can set up the Mail app in such a way that you will be getting your messages from different accounts in one place. You can set up the Mail app to work with the most popular email platforms such as Hotmail, AOL, Gmail, and Yahoo. You can also gain access to your emails via Office 365, iCloud or Microsoft Exchange. The Mail App supports almost all email providers that give you an IMAP or POP3 email accounts.

After you have successfully connected your email accounts to the Mail app, you will be able to see your emails without entering your password every time without having to access the website of the email provider. Mail app has built-in tools to move between existing email folders, to create new folders, read, reply, sort and tag your email messages and download and send photos. You can also use the print functionality to print your messages and photos on devices that support AirPrint.

If your Apple device is in portrait orientation, it will be displaying the messages in full screen. In landscape orientation, the inbox part of the app stays on the left side of the screen while you will see the messages on the right.