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EasilyDo's Email App With Built-in Intelligent Assistant Now Available for Android

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EasilyDo's Email App With Built-in Intelligent Assistant Now Available for Android
Highlights
  • EasilyDo claims its app is the fastest mail app available on Android
  • The iOS app was launched last year
  • Uses machine intelligence to organise users' inbox

EasilyDo's Email app, which was launched for iOS last year, has now been made available by the company for Android. Just like its iOS counterpart, the Android app comes with a built-in Intelligent Assistant to keep your important information organised for you. The productivity app essentially helps users in organising their inbox using machine intelligence.

The EasilyDo Email app on Android currently supports Gmail, Hotmail, iCloud, Yahoo, Outlook, Office/Outlook 365, and AOL, IMAP mail accounts but the company says that the support for Exchange will be coming soon as well. EasilyDo claims that its app is the fastest mail app available on Android and that unlike other clients, users will not have to wait for their mail messages to load up.

The app offers some interesting features like undo send, which allows users to recall messages even after they are sent. Other features include interactive push notification, customisable swipes and notifications, bulk editing, and responding to calendar events with just a tap.

EasilyDo's Email app also provides "proactive notifications" for flight delays and package tracking codes to help users stay up-to-date. Notably, the Email app messages are only stored on the phone, unlike some other clients that store the emails on cloud, to ensure privacy for the users.

"Search by keyword, name, and phrase, or access categories that automatically house your expenses, shopping, and travel information. For the mail you don't want to find anymore, unsubscribe in just one tap," the company says in the app description on Google Play.

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