Enhanced Email worked great with my school email account that runs off of Exchange ActiveSync. I had no problems setting it up at all, and it was quick and easy. For anyone who has ever had a problem getting one of their email accounts set-up on your phone, this app could be the one for you. While reading through the description of the app, I found out why it worked so well without any hick-ups. It is because “Enhanced Email features Microsoft’s innovative Activesync technology and is licensed to use it from Microsoft, using the same license used by power houses Apple and HTC.
Many other stock email clients seem to lack any sort of customization. Enhanced Email gives you full control of text and background color of both read and unread messages. While this does not seem like a huge deal, upon initially opening the client, I felt it was a tiny too dark and gloomy for my taste. After some playing around, I found the settings where I could change the colors to my liking. I didn’t realize it before, but I discovered I really liked the capability to customize the colors of each account. This really helped me keep which account I was dealing with sorted in my head. Other options such as changing the signature, inbox check frequency, default account choice, and sync windows were all readily accessible and easy to change. Overall the customization was excellent.
Alright, first, breathe. Ok, let me get this out of the way right now. $10 is a lot to pay for an app. In the Android ecosystem of apps, games, and media, it is a well known fact that us Android users, are, well, rather frugal (cheap). That being said, is this app worth it? Simply put, yes it is. It does everything you could possibly ask for it do for, and more. For the money, it gives you access to all your email accounts in one easy place with all the features you could want and need. For the people who do not comprehend the benefits you gain from using this app, it may be worth it to look closer at the features that this app has to offer, because you might find that they would benefit you greatly (like I did after trying it out).
Overall I found the Enhanced Email app to be an absolutely intuitive and robust email client. The only real drawback I found is the lack of a useful widget, which could be a deal breaker for some of you. While the price tag may seem a tiny steep, I found Enhanced Email well worth the price considering its features and benefits.
$10 for an email is a lot, I know, but for those that rely on email, and need to stay organized on the move, it is money well spent. Recommended.
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Submited at Sunday, April 8th, 2012 at 2:00 pm on Mobile Games by dave
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