Email - Edison Mail

Email - Edison Mail for Pc

  • Category: Productivity
  • Last Updated: 2018-08-03
  • Current version: 1.9.10
  • File size: 161.77 MB
  • Developer: Edison Software Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

Email - Edison Mail Preview

Downloading and installing Email - Edison Mail on your Windows PC

Download Email - Edison Mail for Windows: Email - Edison Mail is an Productivity App, developed by Edison Software Inc.. The Productivity App was officially released 2016-04-27. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Edison Software Inc., with the latest current version being 1.9.10 which was officially released on 2018-08-03. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 78,802 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.

Using Email - Edison Mail 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 Email - Edison Mail 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 Email - Edison Mail for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Email - Edison Mail in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Email - Edison Mail application icon. A window of Email - Edison Mail 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 Email - Edison Mail 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 Email - Edison Mail

Developer Description

“New Apps we Love”- Apple App Store "Well designed" - New York Times "The way to go if you own an iPhone" - Business Insider "Unsubscribe with just a tap!" - TechCrunch "Faster than Gmail, faster than Outlook" - Walt Mossberg @ The Verge Lightning Fast with an Assistant built in! Email lets you take control of your overflowing mailbox. Offers instant access to manage all of your inboxes in one place. An intelligent assistant is built-in to keep your shopping, expenses, and travel organized. Intuitive features to unsubscribe from junk, snooze messages, undo sent mail, and more to ensure you never miss a beat. This version of the Email app for iPhone and iPad supports Gmail, Hotmail, iCloud, Yahoo, Outlook, Office/ Outlook 365, Exchange and AOL, IMAP mail accounts. Now available worldwide. Please note select assistant features (i.e. bill and receipts, entertainment, travel and package alerts) are currently limited to US, UK, Canada, Australia, and India only. Unsubscribe with One Tap - Unsubscribe from junk mail with one tap! Manage mail subscriptions in one place. Smart Notifications - No more mail notification overload! Mute the senders of your choice for less alerts about new messages. Smart Reply - Respond to mail quickly on the run! Smart Reply offers three responses to choose from based on the email you received. Security Assistant - Assess if you, or even your friend’s, mail account and password are compromised by a breach impacting other apps you might use. Bulk Delete Mail - Clear out your mailbox, delete thousands of emails in just one tap. Customize Multiple Account Views - Customize your view of multiple accounts in unified lists (e.g. “All Inboxes,” “Unread,” “Attachments”) to keep focus where it’s needed. Search Built for Mobile Mail - Fast search of all folders by contact or keywords. Fastest search on your phone, even for super large accounts. Snooze Messages - Snoozed messages will appear at the top of your inbox when you are ready for them. Optional Thread View – Toggle thread view on or off to make Email fit seamlessly into your workflow. Trips Organized with Real-Time Travel Alerts - If a flight is delayed or a gate changes, Email notifies you faster than the airlines. Support for more than twice as many travel providers as Gmail! Package Tracking and Alerts - Check the status of all your packages in one folder. Built in Assistant - See all Attachments, Bills & Receipts, Entertainment in one place! Secure and Private - Email is fetched from the phone and stored on the phone. - Read receipts are blocked from being sent back to any sender tracking your email activity. Many more features: • Touch ID Protection • Automatically detect signatures • iPad support • Access information from your inbox and insert it into iMessage • Data storage optimization • Swipe the blue unread dot to mark as read • Landscape mode for iPhone 6 plus and 7 plus • Enhanced for 3D Touch • Undo send, delete and other actions • Interactive push notification, customizable swipes & notifications, drafts • Notifications for only important messages • Customize the badge number • Customize navigation upon archiving a message • Bulk editing • HTML Signatures for each account • Horizontal layout support • Unified inbox • Respond in the notification • HTML rich composer • Send to groups from your contacts • Inline images • Quickly select your most frequent mail contacts • Real-time sync progress • Detect and communicate poor network conditions • Alias Support • Send attachments from iCloud, Google Drive and more • iOS Share extension support • Always bcc option • Respond to calendar events with a tap * Multi Select Image Attachments - Attach multiple images with ease. * IMAP Support- A Customizable IMAP Interface * Support for Exchange 2010 Service Pack 2 and above.

App Reviews

  • You Need This App

    By mardimarz
    This app is my favorite mail app for the iPhone. With multiple email addresses, sometimes it’s hard keeping everything organized. I’m picky about which accounts I want notifications for, and which accounts I want to reply for. This app gives so much freedom in choosing how you want things, all the way down to the swiping options. If you like to swipe left to delete things... you can. If you prefer to swipe right to delete, you can! It’s up to you. It’s definitely the most customizable mail app I’ve seen on the iPhone. Choose which account should get badge counts. The assistant even give package tracking updates so you don’t even have to search for shipping emails. So many cool features... And then if you need help or have a suggestion, the team does an amazing job at actually reviewing your feedback/concerns and getting back to you. This app is an essential. You can go ahead and get rid of the iOS default mail app right now.
  • Didn’t send email (recurring issue)

    By A Satisfied U of I Student
    I’ve used this app for about 8 months or so now. I typically only use my phone to read emails sent to me, but occasionally I wish to use it to send emails as well. I have the app hooked up to two Gmail accounts of mine. Today (8/7/18) I tried to send a reply email to someone and though the app said it was sent, when I checked my Gmail on my computer, it said it was not. Upon reaching out to the intended recipient, he verified that he did not get the reply. I am fairy confident this has happened before, I just never have put this together that the issue was with the app. I always thought that I had just forgot to send the email or that there was some problem with the app connecting to the Google Apps account to which my school email was registered. This most recent case was with plain old Gmail and I definitely know I sent it (the app even has the reply in the sent items under that account). The app obviously has problems sending emails (at least with Gmail) and I would only recommend this app if you want an email app that looks decent and you only care about reading emails.
  • Not What I Expected, Glitches Abound

    By TobieB
    The app was not at all what I expected. I thought it was going to be great or at least better than the mail app that already comes on the iPhone. After a couple weeks of using it, the app started telling me to enter the password for one of my accounts again. So I did...then fifteen minutes later it made me do it again 😐😡. Not a huge confidence booster. Additionally, there is an “assistant” option but within the assistant, you can’t organize the categories. For example, it catches receipts, but you can’t catalog the receipts by personal or business, it’s a catchall, not an assistant, because an assistant would bring order to a catch all. Also, this is a nit-pick, but you’re given the option to have pop up alerts when you get an email, but you can’t change the alert tone to be specific to the app. I ended up turning it off. Some other small things, but long story short, it wasn’t worth the change from the app already installed by apple and I ended up changing back. Not worth the hassle or $$
  • I want to use it but......

    By Jayssecret1020
    Ok so I came across the app while obviously using another one 😏 lol!! I figured that the app would be useful and everything will be fantastic. Clicked it, then it took me to the App Store...I noticed that I actually have downloaded this before but deleted it. Recently my work email has been hectic and so between that and my personal email this app would be great. My personal email needing the most help. So the app downloads and I enter my work email. *Seamlessly* Tell myself this is amazing and then I try to sign in with my personal ICloud email and BAM 💥 just like i remember why I deleted it’s because it won’t let me sign into my ICloud. If someone can help me it would be great!!! I love the concept but can’t say anything else because haven’t been able to use it to the full potential!!! Seems great though!!!!!
  • Awesome app

    By Nb1289
    Very capable email app. I use it with a Gmail account. Better than Outlook if you don't care about calendar and contacts integration. It has some issues. For example, the badge account is not always accurate. I use the badge count to show unread emails. Sometimes I'll read an email and mark it unread or vice versa. Even though the badge count should only change by 1, often times it'll change by more than 1 (sometimes by more than 5 even though only one email was read/unread). It's not very reliable. Second, upon receiving an email, it shows up in the Notification Center. However, upon opening the app, the email notification in the Notification Center does not get cleared automatically. It has to be cleared manually. Generally apps clear their notifications from the Notification Center once the app is opened. Finally, I use Google Keyboard. When writing long emails that go beyond the last line on the screen, the cursor does not automatically scroll down. You have to manually move the cursor to see the new line. This is very annoying. Hope these issues can be fixed. Update: the above problems seem to be fixed in v1.7.3. Thanks to the developers for such a prompt response!
  • Notifications

    By 9JC3
    I got rid of the pre-installed original Mail app by iOS in favor of this one by Edison. I always liked it, especially the very easy way to mark as read the emails by simply swiping away the blue dot indicating that those emails are unopened. Lately though I’ve had issues in that I am not receiving notifications on my emails. I have three emails setup on this app, my personal, my school, and my work email. I get the notification for my work emails, but not my personal ones which by far is the one with most activity due to subscription emails. I’ve already looked up how to correct this issue myself but to no avail. I’m wondering in the creators of this app can help me in any way. I already troubleshooted through the setting on my iPhone 8 as well as the settings through the app and this did not correct the issue. What else can I do?
  • An All-In-One email app that turns multiple accounts into one account

    By JRSIV1975
    All-In-One email apps have been around since the beginning of smartphones, but seldom do they work as advertised. Edison’s app synced all of my accounts with no bogus IAP for using more than a few. The app let me delete 1000’s of messages at a time, removing the tedium placed on users of the brand name apps. I can save emails to any folder of that particular account without having the folder added to the inbox list on the left side, eliminating clutter and confusion. As an iOS & iPad user who uses the format for music production pretty exclusively, this app made it clean and quick to add my non-music accounts to my iPad so if needed I can access them while working. For a free app, this is an incredible piece of software. Highly recommended.
  • Doesn’t really meet its goal

    By Fl Bob
    I’ve had the app over a year and downloaded for use to control my inboxes. It would be an awesome app for controlling several unwieldy email boxes - except it doesn’t function properly. It offers a select 50 or select all function, but it never really selects more than 50 emails at a time so it is very ineffective at cleaning up 2 weeks worth of spam (200 emails). Sometimes, you choose to only archive the 40 spam and keep 10 emails to actually read, but then find yourself in the middle of the next 50 emails after archiving the 40 (remember it fails at more than 50). Finally, biggest issue, emails come back after archived through the app. So you may sift through 50 emails, some of which re-appear several times. In fact, emails I archived weeks before re-emerge only when using this app. If Apple added a select all feature to Mail, this app would be useless, but at least it selects 50-ish emails.
  • Best Mail App Out There

    By Lane Thomas
    I was a huge fan of Apple's Mail app, but I refused adding my gmail accounts with large amounts of subscriptions because it didn't offer enough features to sort the important from the non-important. Enter... Edison Email! I like the smart groups that catch my bills and receipts for entertainment tickets, among other things. That way I can easily stay up to date on critical mail but also be able to see those subscription list emails when I would like. My only gripe with this app right now is that it doesn't always save my "All Inbox" settings! Sometimes I'll wonder why the unread messages of all my accounts doesn't add up to the number of unread in the "All Inboxes" tab, but it will be because one or more of my accounts has been unchecked from showing in the aggregate mail box. Really frustrating!!
  • Love this app!!

    By okay so it's good but idk man
    This app is amazing! It is much better than the Mail app for the iPhone. You can easily delete e-mails (on Mail you have to move it to the Trash inbox, which is a pain) and you can easily switch to different e-mail accounts. You can also customize signatures. I highly recommend this app. The only problem I have with this app is that sometimes it is slow, even when I am connected to the Internet. When I refresh my inbox, it sometimes says “Still working...” and I have to close out of the app and try again. It’s a minor issue, but it can be annoying if you’re in a hurry. This minor problem does not detract from the quality of the app. This app is so user-friendly and great for organizing, sending, and responding to e-mails. 5/5 stars.