Yahoo Mail - Stay Organized

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  • Category: Productivity
  • Last Updated: 2018-10-16
  • Current version: 4.31.3
  • File size: 193.72 MB
  • Developer: Yahoo
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Yahoo Mail - Stay Organized on your Windows PC

Download Yahoo Mail - Stay Organized for Windows: Yahoo Mail - Stay Organized is an Productivity App, developed by Yahoo. The Productivity App was officially released 2012-12-11. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Yahoo, with the latest current version being 4.31.3 which was officially released on 2018-10-16. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 1,435,407 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.


Using Yahoo Mail - Stay Organized on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Yahoo Mail - Stay Organized on your computer in 4 simple steps below:


1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 


2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.


3: How to Use Yahoo Mail - Stay Organized for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Yahoo Mail - Stay Organized in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Yahoo Mail - Stay Organized application icon. A window of Yahoo Mail - Stay Organized will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Yahoo Mail - Stay Organized icon. Click on it and start using the application.



Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Yahoo Mail - Stay Organized

Developer Description

The best email app to easily organize your Gmail, Outlook (Hotmail), AOL and Yahoo accounts. Regardless of your email address, you can experience the Yahoo Mail app's beautiful design, easy-to-use interface and lightning fast speed. Plus, Yahoo Mail offers 1000 GB of free cloud storage, so you never have to worry about space again. ● SIGN UP WITH ANY ACCOUNT - Works with non-Yahoo email addresses, including Gmail, Outlook and AOL. No Yahoo email address required. ● SAVE MONEY - Save deals from retailers for later use in the Deals View. Get notified when deals are about to expire. ● TRAVEL READY - See flight details and check-in with new Travel View. Get notified of all gate changes, delays and cancellations. ● CUSTOMIZE YOUR SWIPES - Choose different actions like delete, archive, move and more when you swipe left or right on a message. ● GET NOTIFICATIONS FROM PEOPLE ONLY - Get notified only when you receive a new email from a person, not companies or newsletters. ● CALLER ID - Not sure who is calling you? Yahoo Mail can automatically display mail contacts for incoming callers. ● QUICKLY SEARCH - Search across all of your messages, contacts, files and photos, faster than ever. ● GET CREATIVE - Make sure your emails stand out with animated photos and artist-designed stationery from Paperless Post. ● SEND MULTIPLE ATTACHMENTS - Easily add photos, videos, and documents to an email, all at once. ● NEVER LOSE AN EMAIL - Keep all of your emails with 1000 GB of free cloud space. ● CHOOSE A THEME - Select different backgrounds and text colors for your Yahoo inbox. ● DITCH PASSWORDS - Enable Account Key for secure, password-free sign in. ● CONNECT GOOGLE DRIVE AND DROPBOX - Easily access and send photos and documents you’ve stored in the cloud. GET YAHOO MAIL PRO on mobile - Get ad-free mail on Yahoo Mail for iOS and priority customer support. ● Available as an in-app purchase at $0.99/month or $9.99/year, charged to your iTunes account ● Subscription will auto-renew each month or year within 24 hours of your renewal date ● Manage or cancel your subscription via Account Settings ● Read our terms of service at https://policies.yahoo.com/us/en/yahoo/terms/product-atos/comms-mailadfree/index.htm and privacy policy at https://policies.yahoo.com/us/en/yahoo/privacy/products/mail/index.htm Notes: ● To see all the new features, upgrade your device to iOS11 or later. ● Optimized for use with VoiceOver.

App Reviews

  • Opened my account 20 years ago this month. I'm still loving Yahoo.

    5
    By KJDesign1
    Yep, when I bought my first HP tower PC from Sam's Club in 1996 for $1,200 I signed up for Yahoo. Even though it was all about AOL then I liked the idea that I could keep my yahoo email no matter who my Internet provider was or how often I changed. I've never had sent that dreaded email telling everyone to please update my contact information to reflect my new email account. I never went had to go through the agonizing task of contacting every credit card, Doctor's office or service company to change my email address. I never once missed getting a statement and inadvertently missed a bill due date. I've also not lost touch with family or friend because they had no way to reach me. Yahoo was the best in 1996 and it is still the best today. They have grown with the industry, added features and expanded their content to appeal to their ever changing customer base. I'm glad I made the right choice then to join Yahoo and I'm thankful Yahoo has made the last 20 years so exciting and evolved to met our needs. I hope to write another more in depth review of praise and adoration in 2027, 2037 and beyond if I'm still here, I have no doubt Yahoo will continue to flourish, grow and provide us with news, more tools and access to the fastest araė the latest technology. Keep doing what you've dobro
  • Yahoo! Mail

    1
    By Cruise Nana
    Thank you for sending me an opportunity to review Yahoo! Mail. This has been a subject of many discussions lately. I am a very positive and up beat person and always look on the bright side of things. But Yahoo! Mail has gone beyond ridiculous. There is no reason under the SUN that we should be receiving the amount of mail that we are getting. We have no idea how all of these companies have gotten our email address and why they are sending them to us. It has only been recently that the amount of our mail has tripled at least if not more. If someone could please contact me and let me know how to remedy this problem without having to spend more money. It certainly seems like we started receiving all of this extra mail conveniently right before you offered us an added fee to help screen our incoming emails. I certainly hope that your company does not think that we are stupid enough to think that this was just a coincidence. Could you also advise me on how to unsubscribe a company that requests my name, email address and my phone number before they will let me unsubscribe. It appears to be a little odd that they would need that information being they already have my email address. Just because I am a Senior Citizen they should not automatically assume that I cannot see red flags going up when I am asked to give personal information when it is not necessary. If some one could please contact me and help me remedy this situation. Sincerely a very unhappy customer.
  • No Setting For Notification Sounds

    1
    By Daman M
    Deleted app finally. I linked yahoo mail through gmail. I highly recommend. More flaws to report with yahoo app. I am using an iPhone X. Mail would disappear from the inbox if I clicked on a new mail notification. Would take hours to appear back. If I used the search to find an old email it would find the email and when I click on it the email it would just load and load an nothing would appear. I finally had to forward the email to gmail so I could view it. Also why should one have to pay to remove annoying ads which aren’t even applicable to what I am interested in. Worst app ever. Minus one star for not being able to change sounds for incoming & outgoing mail. If you have an iPhone you are stuck with the generic default notification and can’t change it at all in the settings of the app or in the settings for the iPhone. Second minus star that they show irrelevant ads in the top of the inbox. I don’t want to pay a dollar a month to get rid of it. If you want people to use your app rather than the default mail setting in the iPhone then get rid of that like gmail and outlook have in their free versions. Update to the developer’s reply. That is untrue. Both the Outlook and Google mail apps. let you change sound notifications within the “settings” of the widget themselves and not in the actual Apple settings.
  • It gets email!

    2
    By Tmprmntl13
    Outside of retrieving email, this app is not very user friendly. The Apple email app, which is already present and cannot be deleted, is equally as good, if not better. Or there are other apps like gmail that are cleaner and easier to use, even with yahoo accounts. After the initial review (above), Yahoo contacted me to ask me to tell them how to make their product better. I will try to put this into perspective. The Yahoo app is like a stiff version of Apple mail. Things are placed awkwardly and do not function smoothly or easily. And when I set up an account, my first attempt didn't go as I wanted it to. So I set up a second, duplicate account, thinking I could delete the first. But the app will only allow me to delete the correct account. The incorrect one does not show under Manage Accounts. The only way I can see to eliminate it is to kill the app and start over. As stated previously, my review is that until Yahoo does their own homework, there are better apps to handle your email. I recommend trying a side-by-side comparison with this app, the Apple app and the Gmail app. Then you can make up your own mind. I would lay odds that the Yahoo app is your first choice...to delete.
  • You know about spam reaching inbox for months

    1
    By hjohnnym
    But yahoo keeps sending to my inbox.. Tiffany and Co, Louis Vuitton are your favorite spammers. Why do I say that? They probably pay you to let them bypass the spam filter. You let them spam multiple yahoo accounts and from .eu email addresses, that means Europe. Now before you say, we will fix it, I’ve read reviews complaining of the same thing from Late 2017 and into January and February 2018. It’s May 2018. You refuse to do anything about it. Yahoo and Oath is a crap company. I’ve complained on Oaths Facebook messages and posts. You don’t even read them. Your a corrupt company that spams its members for profit. I don’t have this problem with gmail and I recommend gmail to anyone reading these reviews. You refuse to do anything about putting the spam in the spam folder( your not smart enough to do this) The spammers are smarter than your corrupt mail and spam teams. You like spam, you let them spam hundreds of millions of users, they complain, you do nothing. Fix your bad spam filter today. Oath is a spam company. You get rich off it, that’s the only reason for derelict of duty. 5 months ago someone complained here on these reviews. You haven’t and won’t fix it because they pay you to bypass the spam filter.
  • Horrible

    1
    By UghNowWhat
    Should be ZERO stars, but not allowed. When you tap a link in an email it doesn’t open your web browser, it opens a yahoo browser. It’s a way for yahoo to not only track which sites you connect to (always did that), now their browser lets them see what you look at, what you buy, and your personal information. If I can’t find a way to disable their ‘fake’ browser soon will delete this app for sure. ****I KNOW that I can tap the compass icon to get to my web browser, but that’s an unnecessary step I shouldn’t have to take. If yahoo hadn’t added the extra step I wouldn’t need to complain. And please no more claiming that yahoo didn’t do it to track my online browsing!!!**** Also if you tap on an email to flag it, it often disappears, then you have to go to the flagged (now called starred) emails and hope it’s there. It also happens when you try to open an email to read it, sometimes it will disappear too. Then you have to go into another folder and come back and hope that the email has reappeared. And finally the yahoo email app frequently does not send a failure to deliver message when emails don’t go through, so I had no way of knowing how many people weren’t getting my email!!!
  • After AOL, yahoo.

    5
    By NotedSinger
    As my title intimates, my mail requirements suddenly changed and I was searching. Several products appeared promising with a apparent good fit,but I was paranoid. I decided Yahoo was my choice primarily for the organization parameters like my own filing system. It wasn’t perfect, yet we both seem to have grown-up a bit together. I trust Yahoo is not offended by such a comment and I, certainly, have not been. I feel your App of Yahoo has become like a brother or some animus energy with which I have a relationship. WhenI turn on my mobile phone, iPad or laptop, it is Yahoo with which/whom I communicate. New growth spurts are a bit difficult, but I figure at my young age of ~71 yrs. that is normal. Please, continue your most excellent Good work. I use your App because it is familiar. All of the branches from the tree trunk are exciting and new. However, the may be grafts with new issues, new DNA with wonderful possibilities. Do not forget whose roots are in the ground. So, “PS. I love your tree.” Best wishes.
  • My honest review

    2
    By Dasleeper
    Yahoo Mail was my first ever email address when this whole internet thing took off. I eventually found out that I was going to need a different, or another email address because this Yahoo address was filling up fast with garage mail, or spam and my important emails were getting lost in all the spam. This was years ago, whenever all this started out and I now have 4 email addresses. I use each email address for a specific purpose, but I still use my Yahoo mail for getting information from the net knowing that whoever I’m getting the information from is going to sell my email address to a spammer, that’s why they’re is nearly 10,000 emails in my inbox and I have to delete another nearly 2000 garbage emails in my Spam Folder every week. It seems like the more I Unsubscribe to many of the emails the more I get. It seems like Yahoo is nothing more than a Spam destination, but now some of my other email addresses are more spam lately. Although you could say I’m not exactly happy with Yahoo mail, I very much like Yahoo Financial & Yahoo News. It keeps me updated on the things that I’m interested in...
  • Notifications fixed in latest update

    4
    By Cori C.
    Update: 4.5 stars The notifications finally got fixed for me with the latest update, and the badge on the app now finally shows the correct number as well. My only complaint now is the ads that show up in the list of emails that you have to scroll through. I think that the ad at the top of the list is enough. Previous review: This app has become nearly useless to me because it doesn’t show me incoming emails in notifications. At first just the badge notification (the number on the app) stopped working and showed either nothing or the number of new emails since I had last opened the app (which wasn’t always accurate), but now it shows no badge and it also doesn’t send push notifications when new emails come in. I have tried re-downloading the app numerous times (which is how it got messed up in the first place, I re-downloaded the app to free up space), and no luck. If this doesn’t get resolved, I’m gonna find a new mail app.
  • Yet another improved version that is not an improvement

    1
    By KaolinKid
    If it ain’t broke don’t fix it!!! Where is the viewing sort email by sender function? I use that to delete emails by sender and it is so much easier to clear the inbox that way. Swiping to delete a couple of emails is OK but when you have hundreds or thousands of emails to delete swiping or touching each one is not a desirable option. Before the change, I could sort by sender and highlight one email, hold the shift key click on an email way down the list which highlighted all other emails in between, hit delete and in a couple of key strokes I have deleted a hundred emails. Why take that ability away? That has been one of the major problems with gmail, you cannot sort by sender, which made yahoo mail more user friendly thus more desirable than gmail. Developers pat themselves on the back for giving users the ability to use emojis or gifs on a grand scale but take away the basic functions we use more. If a user is not interested in emojis or gifs then you have not improved anything with new and so-called improved versions you have just create a great deal of frustration and animosity for you product.

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